The latest national statistics on National Indicators 93 and 94 produced by the Department for Children, Schools and Families were released on 4th March 2010 according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics AuthorityUK Statistics Authority

DCSF: National Indicators 93 and 94 - Percentage of Pupils Making Two Levels of Progress in English and in Mathematics between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 in England 2008/09

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This Statistical First Release provides data on National Indicator 93 (Progression by two levels in English between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2) and National Indicator 94 (Progression by two levels in mathematics between Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2) which are usually included as additional tables in the National Curriculum Assessments at Key Stage 2 in England (Revised) SFR.

The key points in this SFR are:

The percentages of pupils making two levels of progress in 2009 in English and mathematics are as follows:
  • English 82 per cent
  • Mathematics 81 per cent
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Additional informationEXCEL (Tables 1 to 3 as published in the SFR)
Reference IDSFR04/2010
Coverage Country England
Date Released4 March 2010
Main Category Children, Education and Skills
Sub CategoryCurriculum and qualifications (pre-16)    Click on subcategory link to see if there is later information
TypeStatistical First Release
ContactJayne Middlemas - Attainment Statistics Team  tel: 0114 274 2117
PreRelease AccessClick here
 Publication includes individual Local Authority informationPublication includes individual Local Authority information

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