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11 December 2015
Teachers and pupils in Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea primary schools have cause to celebrate after Key Stage 2 (age 11) Performance Tables results were published yesterday (Thursday 10 December) by the Department for Education (DfE).
The results show that 91 per cent of children in Kensington and Chelsea achieved the expected Level 4+ in reading, writing and mathematics, up from 86 per cent last year; and, if the results of the two local authorities the DfE disregards for statistical purposes (due to low pupil numbers) are taken into account this places the borough top the country.
There was even more good news when the borough came top nationally for the percentages of children making expected progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 in each of reading, writing and mathematics. In four borough schools, Colville, Servite, Thomas Jones and St Joseph’s, 100 per cent of children achieved this standard for all four measures.
Cllr Emma Will, Cabinet Member for Education, said: “These are very impressive results and once again highlight the excellent teaching that our primary school pupils receive. I would like to thank all the teachers and school staff who work so hard to give our children such a fantastic education.”
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