At Bournville Junior School we have high expectations of our pupils and we work hard to ensure that they achieve during their time with us. In all four year groups, our pupils have access to varied and balanced curriculum and we are proud of their achievements and progress across all subjects.
SATS (Standard Assessment Tests) tests are given at the end of Year 6. They are government set, compulsory assessments used to show your child’s attainment and progress compared with other children nationally.
SATs take place in May and cover the three core subjects; English, mathematics and a sample of schools nationally are instructed to complete science tests. The papers are sent away to be marked, with results being available before your child leaves primary school in July and then in the autumn term we receive data telling us how we have performed in comparison to other primary schools.
In 2016 the DFE introduced a scaled score of between 80 and 120 which ranks the children’s raw score against a national scale of achievement. A 100 score represents the expected standard and above 110 represents a high score. Below 100 means that a child is working below the expected standard.
Below you will find a link to our latest results.
Department for Education site school performance table can be viewed here.