Reference Id: SFR36/2010
Publication Type: Statistical First Release
Publication data: Underlying Statistical data
Local Authority data: LA data
Release Date: 14 December 2010
Coverage status: Final
Publication Status: Published
This statistical first release (SFR) provides revised 2010 key stage 2 national curriculum assessment results for pupils in schools in England. The revised figures are based on data checked by schools prior to publication in the primary school (key stage 2) performance tables. The SFR updates the provisional figures released in August in SFR 23/2010.
The percentages of pupils achieving level 4 or above in the 2010 key stage 2 tests by subject are as follows:
- English 80%
- Reading 83%
- Writing 71%
- Mathematics 79%
Compared to the equivalent final 2009 figures, the percentage achieving level 4 or above represents a decrease of three percentage points in reading and an increase of three percentage points in writing. Achievement has remained the same in English and mathematics.
The percentages of pupils achieving level 5 or above in the 2010 Key Stage 2 tests by subject are as follows:
- English 33%
- Reading 50%
- Writing 21%
- Mathematics 34%
Compared to the equivalent final 2009 figures, the percentage achieving level 5 or above represents an increase of 4 percentage points in English, an increase of three percentage points in reading, an increase of 1 percentage point in writing and a decrease of 1 percentage point in mathematics.
The school-level underlying data can be downloaded from the performance tables website.
This link provides further information about the data and terminology used in this SFR.
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