On 1st June 2018, the DfE released the scaled score conversion tables for the 2018 KS1 national tests.
Range of scaled scores
The range of scaled scores available is the same as set in 2016. Pupils scoring at least 100 will have met the expected standard and a pupil awarded a score of 99 or fewer has not met the expected standard.
The lowest scaled score that can be awarded is 85
The highest scaled score that can be awarded is 115
On 24th May 2018, the DfE released the 2018/2019 Pre-Key Stage 2 standards teacher assessment frameworks.
From the 2018/2019 academic year onwards these pre-key stage standards must be used to make statutory teacher assessment judgements for children working below the national curriculum tests at the end of KS2.
On 23rd April, the DfE updated the sample materials available for the 2018 Phonics Screening Check.
Structure of the Phonics Screening Check
The check contains 40 words divided into two sections of 20 words. Both sections contains a mix of pseudo-words and real words. Read more about the structure here.