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Yes, the national data has been released. It appears that the percentages are:
Presumably the Reading is only zero because of rounding.
It may also be useful to know that of those children who got Level 3 at KS1, the percentages are 1% and 6% respectively.
I thought pupils could only achieve level 5 maximum in the end of KS2 examinations?
I work in secondary and I teach music so I don't have much to do with KS2 data (we get none for music).
the davy lamp is it not possible to get a level 6 from the simple toting up of the marks without answering a single level 6 question correctly
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