Standards in core subjects like English, maths and science slipped by an average of 26% in Key Stage 1 but went up in Key Stage 2 by an average of 11%, and 9% in Key Stage 3.
What does KS1 stand for?
KS1 stands for Key Stage 1
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uk EXAMS IN PROGRESS: Foundation, Key Stage 1 and THE latest education statistics for Kirklees paint a mixed picture.
The gender gap - an issue that has caused headaches to education policymakers for years - appears to be narrowing at Key Stage 1, according to the data.
At Key Stage 1, your child needs to: Count and write whole numbers in order up to 100; Double and halve numbers; Explain how they solved a problem; Identify odd and even numbers.
5% of primary teachers would back a boycott of Key Stage 1 tests for children aged seven,and 71.
Key stage 1 and 2: winner, Mortimer Primary School, highly commended, Wark First School, Belford First School, Downhill Infants School.
THE Welsh Assembly yesterday voted to ditch Key Stage 1 statutory tests for seven-year-olds.
Data released by the Welsh Government shows pupils in Key Stage 1 and 2 performed better across all core subjects this year than in 2011.