Key stage two transfer data summary 2017

31 Aug 2017

The schools research and data team have produced the 2017 key stage 2 (KS2) transfer data summary for your school.

This was uploaded on 29 August 2017 and is available for you to access via your school page under 'school reports 2017/18'. You will need to log in (see EGfL user account below) to view this information.

About the data

The KS2 transfer data is based on an extract taken from the admissions database on the 25 August 2017 (based on those children who have accepted a place or who are holding an offer on that date) and the provisional KS2 test data released by the DfE in July 2017. It provides KS2 test and teacher assessment data (including scaled scores) for your new year sevens as an individual pupil table and as an aggregated summary.

We have beeen able to include data for children who attended both in and out borough primary schools this year.

Pupils with missing results therefore are either those who have come from overseas or independent schools or those who could not be found in the key stage 2 data with the UPN we have for them on the admissions system.

Schools are able to search for the KS2 results for any additional pupils using a UPN search on NCA tools (GOV.UK). If you have any additional pupils not on the summary who have now joined your year 7 you can insert a row into the spreadsheet (not at the bottom) to add these children and the aggregated table will also update automatically.

You will be able to get test outcomes, scaled scores and teacher assessment levels from NCA tools (GOV.UK).

Please note that if there are pupils on the individual pupil list who have not ended up joining your school, you should delete them from this summary sheet. Deleting the entire row will update the aggregated table accordingly.

EGfL user account

You need to login with your EGfL user account to access these reports.

You need to have an EGfL user account with the correct permissions.

If you have forgotten your password, you can reset this yourself. You might find this guide useful: resetting your password

If you have any other queries on user accounts, please contact the EGfL web team by email

Data protection of confidential information

When you download information which has been password protected on the EGfL you are agreeing to take responsibility for what happens to that information next and its security.

If you pass that information on to appropriate other people you must do so via secure systems – eg Egress or LGfL secure email.

When downloading information to shared or otherwise insecure computers and other devices be aware that it will remain in your download folder and may be liable to inappropriate access.

Ensure you are not making the information open to others as it may put individuals and organisations at risk.

Further information

We hope you find this summary useful and welcome any comments about how we could improve it in future years.

If you have any queries or comments on the content of this summary, please contact Kim Price (details below).

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Last updated: 31 Aug 2017

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