We offer a curriculum which encourages and enables all children to achieve their best in academic and non-academic subjects. We provide here an overview of our Key Stage 2 (KS2) results for the academic year 2016/2017, ending in July 2017.
Further Hook Junior School performance data and results can be accessed via the Department For Education website.
Significant changes to the National Curriculum, test expectations and the way that results are reports means that the results for 2017 SATs papers are not comparable to results prior to 2016. For this reason, we have published historic results separately on this page.
Standard Assessment Test Results for 2017
New tests in line with the National Curriculum mean that results are now reported as 'scaled scores'. In order to meet the expected standard, children must achieve a scaled score of 100 or more in their SATs tests. A key indicator in these results is how Hook Junior School compares with the National average.
In Reading, children attending Hook Junior School achieved an average scaled score of 104.3, compared with average of 102.6 nationally.
Sixty nine percent of children attending Hook Junior School achieved the expected standard in Reading, compared with the national average of sixty five percent.
Writing is assessed by the school and does not form part of the SATS test.
Ninety six percent of children achieved the expected standard in Writing, compared with seventy six percent nationally.
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
The Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar average scaled score of 106.2 was higher than the national average of 104.
Seventy nine percent of children achieved the expected standard in the Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test, higher than the national average of seventy two percent.
An average scaled score of 104.7 was achieved in Maths, higher than the national average of 103.
Seventy five percent of children achieved the expected standard in Maths, compared with sixty nine percent nationally.
Standard Assessment Test Results for 2015
Pupil Achievement In Key Stage 2
In 2015, eighty eight percent of Hook Junior School pupils achieved Level 4 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths. This is eight percent higher than the National average.
Pupils Improving By 2 Or More Levels Between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2
These tables indicate the amount of progress pupils leaving Hook Junior School in 2015 made between the end of Key Stage 1 (when they finished Infant school) and the SATSs assessments at the end of year 6.
Ninety three percent of pupils improved by two or more Levels in Reading between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. This is two percent higher than the national average.
Ninety six percent of pupils improved by two or more levels in Writing between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, two percent higher than the national average.
Ninety six percent of pupils improved by two or more levels in Maths between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, six percent higher than the national average.
These tables offer a historic comparison of the Hook Junior School SATs results with national results.
In each table, Hook Junior School results appear in green text and national results appear (in parenthesis). A hyphen (-) appears where no tests of the given type were administered.
|Level 4||98 (84)||96 (87)||98 (86)||96 (89)|
|Level 5||61 (43)||55 (48)||72 (45)||66 (50)|
|Level 6||-||-||5 (0)||1 (1)|
|Level 4||95 (75)||82 (81)||90 (83)||91 (85)|
|Level 5||46 (20)||28 (28)||47 (30)||34 (33)|
|Level 6||-||-||7 (2)||9 (2)|
Spelling and Grammar
|Level 4||-||-||90 (74)||84 (76)|
|Level 5||-||-||69 (48)||59 (52)|
|Level 6||-||-||3 (2)||7 (4)|
|Level 4||98 (82)||92 (85)||-||-|
|Level 5||50 (29)||39 (38)||-||-|
|Level 4||90 (80)||93 (84)||96 (85)||96 (86)|
|Level 5||49 (35)||49 (39)||57 (41)||66 (42)|
|Level 6||-||-||11 (7)||20 (9)|