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Reading SATs Test 2016

Discussion in 'Primary' started by bramallblade, May 9, 2016.

  1. dusty67

    dusty67 New commenter

    I'm feeling sick at the thought of tomorrow! Normally we log on at home at midnight, but we've decided that we'll all wait and do it together at school tomorrow morning.
    At least school's closed to children tomorrow because it's strike day, gives us plenty of time for crying and rocking in the corner!
  2. bramallblade

    bramallblade New commenter

    My HT has been told that the raw score and the threshold will be released tomorrow. The scaled scores will not be released until August or even maybe September.

    This thread's return gives me the shivers at the thought of tomorrow.
    piggely1 likes this.
  3. Milgod

    Milgod Established commenter

    Where have they heard that?
  4. bramallblade

    bramallblade New commenter

    An assessment leader update. Not sure of the specifics i'm afraid.
  5. joncrip

    joncrip New commenter

    That can't be right can it? Because we've been instructed to report to parents with their child's scaled score. Maybe there was a mix up in all the confusion! Or perhaps it's the school's progress measure that we won't know until RaiseOnline is released in the autumn.
  6. bramallblade

    bramallblade New commenter

    I don't think we have been told to report the scaled score merely just the raw score and whether they passed or failed - so to speak.
  7. Milgod

    Milgod Established commenter

    I can't see anything online that says this has changed. We were told that we would get the scaled score tomorrow.
  8. bramallblade

    bramallblade New commenter

    I know. I am only repeating what my HT and local cluster have been told. Regardless, we'll find out tomorrow. We all know these SATs were farcical and aren't worth paying any attention to.
  9. joncrip

    joncrip New commenter

  10. Bluebird1

    Bluebird1 New commenter

    Now Nicky Morgan is getting in her excuses early.

    I think tomorrow is going to be very grim now. What an appalling way to treat the profession and our children. Looks like they are all set to crash primary standards and fail thousands of children. As Russell Hobby NAHT has just tweeted 'lower results tomorrow will in no one reflect the hard work of teachers and children'. This is so sad as this is exactly what the media and Ofsted will do in the autumn.
    piggely1 likes this.
  11. RJR_38

    RJR_38 New commenter

    We had our assessment leader update in the borough on Wednesday last week and they still thought scaled scores would be released tomorrow. Perhaps it was borough wide comparisons they were talking about?
  12. MissMoreInfo44

    MissMoreInfo44 New commenter

    Agree it would be good to know for sure,and for that info to be in the public domain to avoid uncertainty and conflict between schools and parents as to what info is to be provided.See this link too as to what apparently needs to be reported to parents too..
  13. TES_Rosaline

    TES_Rosaline Administrator Staff Member


    This news has been posted on Twitter:

  14. Oh yes, I remember that.


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