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Statutory Assessment 2018 FAQs

Where do I enter Statutory Assessment?

All Statutory Assessment can be entered via Admin > Students > Statutory Assessment.  For further information on this please see the below link:

https://support.scholarpack.com/hc/en-gb/articles/115002379249-Recording-Statutory-Assessments-2018

Can Teachers enter Statutory Assessment?

Teachers can enter statutory assessment via Workspace > Statutory Assessment if this is set up via Admin > Config > Teacher Dashboard > Statutory Assessment - set this to “On”.

If we use Early Years Assessment on ScholarPack can the results be copied over?

If you use internal ScholarPack assessment you are able to copy CP6 into the statutory assessment area via Admin > Students > Statutory Assessment > Early Years Foundation Stage - here you will have the option to copy internal assessments to statutory EYF.  Please be advised this will only pull across results of ELG1, 2 or 3.  If the result at the end of the year is 30-50D for example this will pull across as a blank as it not a statutory result.

Can I print a blank table with student names for Teachers to record Statutory results?

If you go to Admin > Students > Statutory Assessment > select KS1 for example - then select the components required and change table format to blank grid, select the year group and choose.  Using the icons in the top right hand side you can then print or download this grid.  Once the results have been entered onto ScholarPack you can change the table format to grid with data to print off a copy of the results.  

What do the codes stand for?

KS1

Code

Description

BLW

Below the standard of the interim pre-key stage standards (to be used with P- Scales or NOTSEN).

PKF

Pre-key stage – foundations for the expected standard

HNM

Has not met the expected standard.

For science only. The HNM code is used where pupils have not met the criteria for working at the expected standard. There are no interim pre-key stage standard codes for science.

WTS

Working towards the expected standard

EXS

Working at the expected standard

GDS

Working at greater depth within the expected standard

A

Absent for long periods or recently arrived, or not enough information to provide a TA judgement.

D

To be used in the exceptional circumstances when a pupil has been disapplied from the national curriculum, including statutory assessment requirements.


KS2

Code

Description

BLW

Below the standard of the interim pre-key stage standards (to be used with P- Scales or NOTSEN). See section 3.

PKF

Pre-key stage – foundations for the expected standard.

PKE

Pre-key stage – early development of the expected standard.

PKG

Pre-key stage – growing development of the expected standard.

HNM

Has not met the expected standard.

English reading and mathematics: HNM should be used where the pupil took the test as they are working at the overall standard of the test, but have not met the criteria for working at the expected standard.

English writing: HNM cannot be used for English writing.

Science: HNM is used where pupils have not met the criteria for working at the expected standard. There are no interim pre-key stage standard codes for science.

WTS

Working towards the expected standard (English writing only).

EXS

Working at the expected standard.

GDS

Working at greater depth within the expected standard (English writing only).

A

Absent for long periods or recently arrived, or not enough information to provide a TA judgement.

D

To be used in the exceptional circumstances when a pupil has been disapplied from the national curriculum, including statutory assessment requirements.

This code should not be used for pupils who did not take the test(s) as they were working below the overall standard. Pupils working below the overall standard of the tests should be assessed using the interim pre-key stage standards or P scales.

L

Pupil has left the school.

F

Pupil will reach the end of the programme of study and complete the key stage in a future year.


For example, if a pupil takes the mathematics test a year early in 2017 but is not due to take English reading until 2018, English reading should be marked as ‘F’.

P

Pupil completed the key stage in a previous year and a TA judgement has already been submitted.



Why can’t I enter GDS for KS1 or KS2 for Science?

As per the DfE guidance only specific codes can be entered for different subjects.

For KS1 the below results are available for Teacher Assessment:

English Reading

English Writing

Mathematics

Science

BLW

BLW

BLW

HNM

PKF

PKF

PKF

EXS

WTS

WTS

WTS

 

EXS

EXS

EXS

 

GDS

GDS

GDS

 

Other Codes available: A and D

 

For KS2 the below results are available for :

English Reading

 

Mathematics

 

English Writing

Science

Pupil working at the overall standard of the test

Pupil working below the overall standard of the test

Pupil working at the overall standard of the test

Pupil working below the overall standard of the test

TA Only (no test)

TA Only (no test)

 

BLW

 

BLW

BLW

HNM

 

PKF

 

PKF

PKF

EXS

 

PKE

 

PKE

PKE

 
 

PKG

 

PKG

PKG

 

HNM

 

HNM

 

WTS

 

EXS

 

EXS

 

EXS

 
       

GDS

 

Other codes available for all are A, D, L, F and P.

Do not user BLW without also including P Scales or NOTSEN.  If NOTSEN is used P Scales should not be used.

How do I enter P Scales?

To record students who have P Scales in the KS1 or KS2 Teacher assessments BLW must be submitted as the Teacher assessment and the corresponding P scales or NOTSEN to be entered via Admin > Students > Statutory Assessment selecting P Scale Assessment for SEN Children.  There is no BLW code for science. If a pupil with SEND is working at P scales for science then they must be submitted as HNM and corresponding P scales must also be submitted.

If a pupil is working below the standard of the interim pre-key stage standards but does not have SEND, then BLW (or HNM for science) and NOTSEN must be used.

You are able to enter the following P Scales for the following subjects:

Subject

Reportable Scale

English

P1i, P1ii, P2i, P2ii, P3i, P3ii

Reading, writing, speaking, listening

P4, P5, P6, P7, P8

Mathematics

P1i, P1ii, P2i, P2ii, P3i, P3ii

Number; using and applying mathematics; shape, space and measures

P4, P5, P6, P7, P8

Science

P1i, P1ii, P2i, P2ii, P3i, P3ii, P4, P5, P6, P7, P8

 

How do I export data?

Once your statutory results have been entered you are able to export a partial CTF to send this data.  To do this please go to Admin > Students > Export CTF > Partial CTF - then select either FSP (Foundation Stage Profile), Phonics, KS1 OR KS2.  You would leave the Destination LEA and School number as it is and once generated please do not change the filename.

 

How do I import KS2 data when it is returned?

When your KS2 results are returned in CTF format these can be imported as long as the filename has not been changed by going to Admin > Students > Partial CTF Importer > Assessments.

How do I report on statutory assessments?

In Reporting > Assessments you are able to report on Statutory assessments prior to 2016 by selecting the light blue tab called Statutory (Pre-2016).  This will show KS1 and KS2 results prior to the changes made in 2016. For further information on these reports please see the below link:

https://support.scholarpack.com/hc/en-gb/articles/202392652-Reporting-on-Statutory-Assessments-Pre-2016

For results after 2016 you would click onto the dark purple tab called Statutory Assessment in Reporting > Assessment - here you will find Phonics, EYFS, KS1 and KS2 official results and also an option to report to parents.  For further information on this area please see the below link:

https://support.scholarpack.com/hc/en-gb/articles/213556889-Reporting-on-KS1-and-KS2-Statutory-Assessment-Post-2016

 

For further information on entering Statutory Assessment within ScholarPack please find the below guidance:

https://support.scholarpack.com/hc/en-gb/articles/115002379249-Recording-Statutory-Assessments-2018

 

Useful DfE Links:

EYFS

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/685241/2018_early_years_foundation_stage_assessment_and_reporting_arrangements.pdf

KS1

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/611788/Key_stage_1_reporting_teacher_assessment_data.pdf

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/651757/2018_KS1_Assessment_and_Reporting_Arrangements__ARA_.pdf

KS2

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/708604/Key_stage_2_submitting_teacher_assessment_data.pdf

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/651763/2018_KS2_Assessment_and_Reporting_Arrangements__ARA_.pdf

 

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