On 10th July 2018, the DfE published the results of the 2018 Key Stage 2 National Tests.
Summary of the 2018 results
- 64% of pupils reached the expected standard in all of reading, writing and maths (combined). This has increased from last year but remains below the floor standard of 65%.
- The raw scores required to reach the expected standard have increased for all subjects. The largest increase can be seen in maths, increasing from 57 in 2017 to 61 this year.
- The average scaled score in reading has increased, while the scaled score in maths and GPS remains the same as last year.