The expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths
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This means that 45{d78cc95feb9a5d6d0b8822e5c31b1a78e4692e30db6bb1fba7777f43c69f3bf9} of children in year 6 in 2015/16 achieved the national expected standard in all 3 of Reading, Writing and Maths. To be counted towards the measure, a pupil must have a scaled score of 100 or more in reading and a scaled score of 100 or more in mathematics; and have been teacher assessed in writing as ‘working at the expected standard’ or ‘working at a greater depth in the expected standard’.
A high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths

 

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This means that 1{d78cc95feb9a5d6d0b8822e5c31b1a78e4692e30db6bb1fba7777f43c69f3bf9} of children in year 6 in 2015/16 achieved a deeper standard in all 3 of Reading, Writing and Maths. To be counted towards the measure, a pupil must have a ‘high scaled score’ of 110 or more in reading and mathematics; and have been teacher assessed in writing as ‘working at a greater depth within the expected standard’.
The average progress in reading, writing and maths

 

Reading  -0.97
Writing -1.22
Maths -1.59
The average progress is scored as 0.  Any negative score indicates that on average children made less progress than the national average. Any positive score indicates that on average children made more progress than the national average.

These scores mean that on average pupils in 2015/16 in year 6 made less progress than national averages.

The average ‘scaled scores’ in reading and maths

 

Reading  102.0
Maths 101.8
The pass mark of a particular test is set annually.  This mark is then given a scaled score of 100.  Children achieving above this score have scaled scores above 100.  Those not meeting the standard receive scores below 100.  The average scaled score is the average score of all the children eligible to take the tests.  An average above 100 suggests that the average score was above the pass mark for that test.

More detail about how these calculations are made can be found here