Ignore all this: national data is now available here:
Here are my thoughts at 10.30am…
Individual Subjects We don’t have the national picture yet, but based on a sample of 900 schools (usual caveat here – it’s not a representative sample, will contain errors, can’t be trusted, etc., etc.) average percentage of pupils achieving the Expected Standard or higher is looking like: Reading: 65% Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling: 73% Mathematics: 72% You can submit your own results into the mix here: http://goo.gl/forms/fmuCRuj5jyS91ost1 Reading seems hardest hit. From the 900 schools, average drop is 22 percentage points. This compares to 15 point drop in Maths, and just 8-9 point drop in GPS.
Floor Standard When it comes to the combined RWM floor standard, based on a quick survey with only 200 responses (further caveats: tiny unrepresentative sample here), only around 1/3 of schools reach the 65% Combined attainment target. You can submit your own combined RWM figure here: http://goo.gl/forms/SqUUWx9ftIDm5ERW2
Teacher Assessment Again, no national data available yet, but a Local Authority source shared partial data collection (around half of schools nationally) which suggested that Writing could be at around 74-75% at the Expected Standard. Could it really be the case that Writing will leap from being lowest to highest attainment this year?