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Scottish National Standardised Assessments: national report

Published: 31 Jan 2020

Summary of outcomes at a national level on the Scottish National Standardised Assessments (SNSA) in the 2018 to 2019 academic year.

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Scottish National Standardised Assessments: national report
Appendix 1: Assessments completed during the 2018 to 2019 academic year

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Appendix 1: Assessments completed during the 2018 to 2019 academic year

The 2018 to 2019 academic year was the second year of implementation for SNSA. In total, 577,385 assessments were completed across Scotland over the course of the year – about 93.4% of the possible maximum total assessments available for children and young people in P1, P4, P7 and S3[7]. Table 2 shows this total, split by assessment.

Table 2: SNSA 2018 to 2019 completion rates by assessment

Assessment Assessments completed Number of learners enrolled Percentage completed
Primary 1 Numeracy 2018–19 50,957 55,717 91%
Primary 1 Literacy 2018–19 50,425 55,717 91%
Primary 4 Numeracy 2018–19 55,725 58,043 96%
Primary 4 Reading 2018–19 55,888 58,043 96%
Primary 4 Writing 2018-19 55,571 58,043 96%
Primary 7 Numeracy 2018–19 55,451 57,665 96%
Primary 7 Reading 2018–19 55,679 57,665 97%
Primary 7 Writing 2018–19 55,341 57,665 96%
Secondary 3 Numeracy 2018–19 47,659 53,259 89%
Secondary 3 Reading 2018–19 47,839 53,259 90%
Secondary 3 Writing 2018–19 46,850 53,259 88%
Total 577,385 618,335 93.4%

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