A scaled score between 100 and 115 shows the pupil has met the expected standard in the test.
The lowest scaled score that can be awarded on a key stage 1 test is 85. The highest score is 115. Pupils need to have a raw score of at least 3 marks to be awarded the minimum scaled score.
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CBeebies has devised some great techniques to help your child relax, when they are feeling anxious or stressed. Simple techniques like laughing out loud, watching the clouds, breathing exercises and stretching exercises. Click here to read.
Touch Type Read and Spell give you some interesting tips to help your child and give you some new techniques to try with your child.
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The School Run is an excellent website for parents to find lots of primary school resources follow this download to help with homework in Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
When you are tired or busy andneed to get the kids ‘out of your hair’, the easiest thing to do is let them watch TV. But is too much TV bad for children? And how much is too much? Television has been blamed for many of the problems children experience, including poor communication skills, but in the right circumstances it can be beneficial.
Cottons Farm Primary School has produced this leaflet with The Harmony Trust to inform their parents about data in schools.