We do not standardise the Aspects scores on a mean of 100.
Instead, we provide the raw scores as the measure of ability (i.e. how many the pupil answered correct from the total of available questions).
You will receive a table of scores and scatterplot for each class with this report. Below is an example of the table of scores:
Age on assessment is the age of the children when they are assessed for the first time.
The Language and Mathematics Development score is the raw score derived from the questions in that section. Some questions are scored as either ‘working towards’ (when the child’s answer was almost correct) or ‘correct’. These questions carry two marks - one mark for ‘working towards’ and two marks for ‘correct’. All the other questions receive one mark.
See the Primary Reporting video here from 01:40 to 04:35 for an explanation of the reports we provide for Aspects and how to interpret them.