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What does KS2 stand for?

KS2 stands for Key Stage 2

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Mr Mann added that he was particularly pleased with the school's "value added" score, which looks at progression from Key Stage 2 - leaving primary school - to Key Stage 4 at GCSEs.
The National Assessment Agency said results of Key Stage 2 tests taken by 10 and 11-year-olds will be out a week late on July 15, as private firm ETS struggles to mark papers.
At Key Stage 2, your child needs to: Know all times tables and be using them to divide and multiply; Use a protractor to measure angles; Calculate the perimeter and area of shapes that can be split into rectangles; Solve problems by collecting and using information in tables, graphs and charts; Solve problems involving ratio and proportion.
The Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 3 measure: Shows how much progress they make between taking tests at 11 in the last year of primary school and at 14.