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"But Mr Balls insisted that Ofqual had advised that, as of 28 July, there were no widespread concerns about the quality of marks that would justify withholding the results at a national level"

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OrmIrian Tue 05-Aug-08 12:59:53

From the BBC.


We're still missing the literacy papers (they were sent back due to poor marking). And I am fairly certain that we are far from the only school in that position. Why the hurry to issue the results? What is the point?

Our school is pulling itself out of special measures. Presumably althought the Maths and Science were very good and much improved, the lack of a literacy mark will look seriously poor.

OrmIrian Tue 05-Aug-08 19:34:34

What? No-one else feeling indignant?


Lightweights.... grin

smallwhitecat Tue 05-Aug-08 19:37:09

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Slouchy Tue 05-Aug-08 19:37:26

There were a small group of schools (about 18?) that had NO KS2 results at all. Imagine that - all the prep, the hassle of the tests, the anticipation of results etc - only to be told"Sorry, we've lost your papers. We'll guess your results, ok?"

Its a disgrace.

OrmIrian Tue 05-Aug-08 19:39:23

Woah! Wait for hours and then replies come along at once!

OrmIrian Tue 05-Aug-08 19:39:51

2 replies come along at once! 2 replies...

smallwhitecat Tue 05-Aug-08 19:40:42

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mrz Tue 05-Aug-08 20:09:30 Jim Knight says don't worry the results are accurate and make a very pretty graph (he also said he didn't see a problem with having classes of 70+ pupils we won't take his opinion )
"Around 33,800 children did not receive English results on time and about 17,400 did not receive maths or science results."

OrmIrian Tue 05-Aug-08 20:11:50

Hard to see how the results are accurate when so many aren't even available yet hmm

mrz Wed 06-Aug-08 12:32:22 interesting u turn

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