GOV.UK – Revised statistics on the achievements of young people at the end of key stage 4 in England, including attainment by pupil characteristics.
GOV.UK – Revised A level and other results for 16- to 18-year-olds at the end of their final year.
GOV.UK – Achievements of pupils in each state-funded primary school in England.
BBC News Education – The UK is still lagging behind leading countries at education and has made little progress in international rankings since results three years ago. TES – Pisa: UK and […]
TES – International tables show how England compares to other countries across many areas of education, including bullying, pupil confidence and how much they like their teachers. TES – TIMSS: Bad news […]
The Scotsman – Education Secretary John Swinney has insisted that new national tests will not create extra work for teachers or children as he published more information on the assessments.
The Guardian – Children from the poorest backgrounds who live in some of the most disadvantaged areas of the country leave secondary school having made almost two years’ less progress than their […]
Sutton Trust – White working class boys have lowest GCSE Grades as disadvantaged Bangladeshi, African and Chinese pupils show dramatically improved results. TES News – ‘Attainment gap’ varies dramatically between ethnic groups, […]
GOV.UK – Final report following the review into the Standards and Testing Agency (STA) and STA’s response. BBC News Education – Primary test agency ‘poor value’, says minister.
The final report of the Rochford Review into statutory assessment of pupils working below the standard of the National Curriculum tests is here.
Justine Greening’s statement to Parliament is here. A useful summary is here.
Parliament.UK – The Education Committee launches an inquiry into primary assessment. This inquiry scrutinises reforms to primary assessment and their impact on teaching and learning in primary schools. It also covers […]
TES – The NAHT heads’ union says schools could refuse to administer the tests if discussions with government are not ‘fruitful’. Headteachers are warning ministers that they could boycott Sats next […]