Caveat to Revised Entry Scores (RES)
It should be noted that any significant differences in SAS may determine a Revised Entry Score (RES). All pupil results will be analysed annually by the Executive Headteacher, Head of School and Deputy Head. Where there are significant differences or any anomalies this will be explored. An example of a revised SAS could be where a pupil has underperformed on an initial SAS. This could for example be a child who achieves 100 for their IES. They then achieve a SAS of 131, 129 and 128 respectively. This would indicate that the child should be given a revised entry score (RES).