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Scaled scores for 2024 key stage 2 SATs announced

The Department for Education has today released the marks pupils needed for the 2024 key stage 2 SATs to achieve the government’s “expected” score.

To meet government expectations, pupils must achieve 100 in their scaled scores. But this equates to different marks for each paper (maths; reading; grammar, punctuation and spelling) and can change each year.

Converting a pupil’s raw score to a scaled score simply requires looking up the raw score on the tables below, and reading across to the appropriate scaled score. The tables are also available on the government’s website here.

The marks required for 2024 on each of the key stage 2 SATs tests are:

– Maths: 54 out of 110 (down from 56 in 2023)

– Reading: 27 out of 50 (up from 24 in 2023)

– Grammar, punctuation and spelling: 35 out of 70 (down from 36 in 2023)

The full list:

English grammar, punctuation and spelling

Raw score Scaled score
0 – 2 No scaled score
3 80
4 81
5 82
6 83
7 84
8 85
9 86
10 86
11 87
12 88
13 88
14 89
15 90
16 90
17 91
18 91
19 92
20 92
21 93
22 94
23 94
24 95
25 95
26 95
27 96
28 96
29 97
30 97
31 98
32 98
33 99
34 99
35 100
36 100
37 101
38 101
39 102
40 102
41 103
42 103
43 104
44 104
45 105
46 105
47 106
48 106
49 107
50 108
51 108
52 109
53 110
54 110
55 111
56 112
57 112
58 113
59 114
60 115
61 116
62 117
63 118
64 119
65 120
66 120
67 120
68 120
69 120
70 120

English reading

Raw score Scaled score
0 – 2 No scaled score
3 80
4 82
5 83
6 84
7 85
8 86
9 87
10 88
11 89
12 90
13 90
14 91
15 92
16 93
17 93
18 94
19 95
20 95
21 96
22 97
23 97
24 98
25 99
26 99
27 100
28 101
29 101
30 102
31 103
32 104
33 104
34 105
35 106
36 107
37 108
38 108
39 109
40 110
41 111
42 113
43 114
44 115
45 116
46 118
47 119
48 120
49 120
50 120

Mathematics

Raw score Scaled score
0 – 2 No scaled score
3 81
4 82
5 83
6 84
7 84
8 85
9 86
10 86
11 87
12 87
13 88
14 88
15 89
16 89
17 90
18 90
19 90
20 91
21 91
22 91
23 92
24 92
25 92
26 93
27 93
28 93
29 94
30 94
31 94
32 94
33 95
34 95
35 95
36 96
37 96
38 96
39 96
40 96
41 97
42 97
43 97
44 97
45 98
46 98
47 98
48 98
49 99
50 99
51 99
52 99
53 99
54 100
55 100
56 100
57 100
58 101
59 101
60 101
61 101
62 101
63 102
64 102
65 102
66 102
67 103
68 103
69 103
70 103
71 103
72 104
73 104
74 104
75 104
76 105
77 105
78 105
79 105
80 106
81 106
82 106
83 106
84 107
85 107
86 107
87 108
88 108
89 108
90 109
91 109
92 109
93 110
94 110
95 111
96 111
97 111
98 112
99 112
100 113
101 114
102 114
103 115
104 116
105 117
106 118
107 119
108 120
109 120
110 120

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