KS2 2019

Attainment in reading, writing and mathematics in Key Stage 2 at Briary

ks2 outcomes 2019

79% of our Year 6 children reached the expected score in reading, writing and mathematics in 2018, 14% higher than National levels and 11% higher than the average for Kent schools.

Individual subject results again show an uplift on last year and compare favourably with National outcomes. In readingKey Stage 2 attainment of the expected standard and of the high standard was significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019 as well as in 2018. This was also true of mathematics in 2019.

 KS2 higher score 2019

 

Progress from KS1 to KS2

Key stage 2 progress in reading was significantly above national and in the highest  20% of all schools in 2019 as well as in 2018 and 2017. Key stage 2 progress in mathematics  was significantly above national and in the highest 20% of all schools in 2019. 

  2018 2019
Maths 0.67 2.62
Writing -1.65 -1.82
Reading 2.45 4.42
Average Scaled Scores
Subject Briary National Kent
Reading 108.7 104.4 105.0
Maths 107.5 105.0 105.1
EGPS 108.3 107.3 n/a

Average scaled scores are only given for externally marked tests

On Monday 12th June, Year 5 parents were invited to attend an information evening to find out about the Swattenden Residential trip for Summer 2018 and about the Kent Test for September 2017.

The presentations used can be found by following the links below. If you were unable to attend and would like your child's CAT (Cognitive Abilities Test) scores, or if you have any other queries, please contact the School Office  on 01227 373095. 

 

Swattenden Residential for Summer 2018

Kent Test 2017 information

Over half term, Year 5 busily crafted and built amazing Trojan horses. With hidden trap doors, impressive wooden craftsmanship and even lego, the children have thoroughly enjoyed learning about how the Trojan War begun. Year five even took to the school field where they re-enacted various events; some stood proud as King Menelaus with his hungry army whilst the ‘Greeks’ sat silently still waiting for Odysseus’ cunning plan to start.
 
As part of our topic, we welcomed ‘The Living History Workshop’ to our school on Thursday 8th June. The day was enjoyed by everyone (including the adults) – the children witnessed what life would have been like in the hustle and bustle of the Athenian market, marched to the Parthenon to worship Athena, trained as part of the Spartan Army and even experienced their first Olympic games.
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