2016 saw the introduction of new, end of Key Stage tests. These tests were based on the National Curriculum which was introduced in 2014.
Previously a child in KS1 had to attain a level 2 and a level 4 in KS2. However, the new tests award a child with a scaled score.
The scaled score had to be at least 100 in order for a child to have met the expected standard.
80% of our KS2 pupils attained the expected standard in Reading, Writing and Maths combined in 2019.
The national average for percentage of children at the expected standard for each subject in 2019 was as follows:
Our average scaled scores in 2019:
The national average scaled scores for 2019 for each subject are shown below.
This will be updated with the 2019 average standardised scores as soon as they are released.
88% met the Phonics screening Test in Calveley.
The National Average was 82% in 2019.
78% met the Good Level of Development in Early Years Foundation Stage in 2018/19.
The National Average for 2019 was 72%.
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