Key Stage Two SAT Data 2012-2015
Key Stage Two SATs (teacher assessments and tests) are taken by children at the end of Year 6.
In the table below are the Key Stage Two results for academic years 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14 and 2014/15 in English and Mathematics.
Level 4 is the expected level achieved by an average 11 year old at the end of KS2 and Level 5 indicates that a pupil is achieving or working above their age expectation.
The data shows the percentage of children who achieved Level 4 or above (and also Level 5) in both English and Mathematics. The table also shows the percentage of children who made two levels progress from KS1 to KS2 in Mathematics and English, and more detailed data on achievement in these subjects at Level 4 and 5.
2 Levels progress
* 2012-13 Expected levels (Level 4+) in reading: 92%, in writing: 84%, Grammar Punctuation and Spelling test: 76%
** 2012-13 Level 5 and above: reading: 43%, writing 27%
^ 2013-14 Expected levels (Level 4+) in reading: 94%, in writing 91%, Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test: 89%
^^ 2013-14 Level 5 and above: reading: 66%, writing 31%
+ 2014-15 Expected levels (Level 4+) in reading: 88%, in writing 83%, Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling test: 73%
++ 2014-15 Level 5 and above: reading: 51%, writing 27%
The following link takes you to the latest information and statistics about the school on the Department for Education website. You can also use this site to compare our performance with other schools.
Key Stage One SAT Data 2012-2015
Key Stage One SATs (teacher assessments and tests) are taken by children near the end of Year 2.
In the table below are the Key Stage One results for academic years 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14 and 2014/15 in Reading, Writing and Mathematics.
Level 2 is the expected level achieved by an average 7 year old at the end of KS1 and Level 3 indicates that a pupil is achieving or working above their age expectation. All data in the table is shown as a percentage.
The school has very good attendance statistics. Children at Lower Darwen Primary School enjoy coming to school and this is reflected in our absence/attendance data. Our overall percentage for authorised and unauthorised absences is below the national average.