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Sats results 2019: Results in the KS2 tests have risen this year

Discussion in 'Primary' started by TES_Rosaline, Jul 9, 2019.

  1. TES_Rosaline

    TES_Rosaline Administrator Staff Member

  2. nuander

    nuander New commenter

    It’s all a load of rubbish really - a 3 year rising trend for us - but next year back down because of the cohort !
    D1p5t1ck likes this.
  3. bevdex

    bevdex Star commenter

    Ditto for us - 2 fantastic years but next 2 cohorts will struggle to match this year's results. Simple really, we work with children and they are inherently varied and unpredictable.
  4. cassandramark2

    cassandramark2 Established commenter

    After years of strong cohorts, this year’s was the one we were dreading. Unsurprisingly, we were right to be worried :eek:.
  5. CarrieV

    CarrieV Lead commenter

    Last year we were 35% combined, this year we are 80%, pretty much guarantee we will be back to 30% next year:confused:
    nuander and cassandramark2 like this.
  6. hhhh

    hhhh Lead commenter

    You work with CHILDREN? Real people? Surely you need to select your raw materials better if it's all about data?
    bevdex and Piscean1 like this.
  7. dreamweaverplusactor

    dreamweaverplusactor New commenter

    Don't worry - they'll massage the figures. I mean, the increase of 1% when they set the baseline? Seems a tad strange...

    Though actually, they don't get to control TA, so perhaps I'm being too suspicious!

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