School Performance

SATS's Results 2021-2022

2023 SATs Results
2022 SATs Results
2022 National Average
 Reading                70%  100%  74%
Reading average scaled score                 104  112 105 
GPS*                 80%  100% 72% 
GPS* average scaled score                 106  114 105 
 Mathematics                80%  100% 71% 
 Mathematics average scaled score                105  112 104 
 Writing (Teacher Assessment)                80%  100%
 Reading, Writing, Maths                80%  100% 59% 

 * Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling

Apex Primary School Headlines: 

Alhamdulillah, Apex Primary school has gained the highest results we have ever achieved since the SATS tests first rolled out in 2016.  

100% of our students attained the expected standard of 100 as a scaled score and many achieved the maximum of 120.

The 2016 key stage 2 assessments are the first which assess the new, more challenging national curriculum which was introduced in 2014.

Results are no longer reported as levels, but as a scaled score. The expected standard in the tests is a scaled score of 100 or above.  The highest scaled score achievable is 120.

MashaAllah, our students, families and teachers worked very hard since the Covid-19 disruptions to minimise the overall effect on the Year 6 academic progress and achievement.  We have a rigorous, bespoke Year 6 mapped plan alongside a detailed and intensive intervention program which caters for every individual child to promote the best academic outcome and success inshaAllah.  We are extremely pleased with our results and very proud of the success Allah swt has bestowed upon our students.  May Allah SWT continue to shower them with abundant success, Ameen.



Key stage 2 attainment: National headlines

These are the first key stage 2 attainment statistics since 2019, after assessments were cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic. These statistics cover the attainment of year 6 pupils who took assessments in summer 2022.

These pupils experienced disruption to their learning during the pandemic, particularly at the end of year 4 and in year 5. 

Attainment in all of reading, writing and maths has decreased compared to 2019 59% of pupils met the expected standard in all of reading, writing and maths, down from 65% in 2019.

In individual subjects, attainment increased slightly in reading and fell in all other subjects compared to 2019 74% of pupils met the expected standard in reading, up from 73% in 2019. 71% of pupils met the expected standard in maths, down from 79% in 2019. 69% of pupils met the expected standard in writing, down from 78% in 2019. 72% of pupils met the expected standard in grammar, punctuation and spelling, down from 78% in 2019. 79% of pupils met the expected standard in science, down from 83% in 2019.


Good level of development: 

Children achieving a good level of development are those achieving at least the expected level within the following areas of learning: communication and language; physical development; personal, social and emotional development; literacy and mathematics. Achieving at least the expected level across all early learning goals. Children achieving at least the expected level across all early learning goals (ELGs) are those achieving ‘expected’ or ‘exceeded’ in all 17 ELGs.  

Year Percentage – GLD
2023 92%
2022 85%
2021 87%
2020 95%
2019 92%
2018 100%
2017 75%


Please see below link from the government website which shows the national statistics