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Key stage 2 national curriculum test results now available to schools

05 July 2011


Lin Hinnigan, acting chief executive of QCDA, said:

"These results are very important to schools, parents and pupils, celebrating the end of children's primary education by recognising some of their hard work and achievement.

"Administering and delivering these tests is a huge task and relies on the work of schools, markers and local authorities, as well as QCDA's staff and suppliers. I would like to acknowledge everyone involved for their dedication and efforts in helping us to deliver the tests this year."

Schools are able to view, download and print their pupils' results from the 'Pupil results' section of the NCA tools website. Local authorities can also access the results for schools in their area.

Last modified: 04 Jul 2011