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Ah, so an average from the points. That makes sense.Thank you!
DFE website is your friendwww.education.gov.uk/schools/performance/secondary_12/LMHattainers.pdf
I understood that Talkin. But I can't find anything that explains which group a child who attained a 3 in maths and a 5 in English would fit into, iyswim. Or would they fit into two groups?Like I said, I'm just curious.
AS per the BBC website - hover over the question mark at it tells you -low is under level 4middle is at level 4high is above level 4beyond that, look on the Dfe site or at the full data set
I know High is level 5 or above at KS2, but do they mean for all subjects? What if a child got a 3 for English and a 5 for maths?Just curious
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