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Statistics of education : National Curriculum assessments of 7,11 and 14 year olds in England : 2001

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Statistics of Education: National Curriculum Assessments of 7,11 and 14 year olds in England: 2001 Bulletin Issue No 03/02 May 2002 © Crown copyright 2002 Published with the permission of the DfES on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office. ISBN 0 11 271134 0 Applications for reproduction should be made in writing to The Copyright Unit, Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, St. Clements House, 2-16 Colegate, Norwich NR3 1BQ Contact points For enquiries about this publication, contact: Ian Taylor Tel: 020 7925 5954 E-mail: [email protected] To order this publication, call The Stationery Office on 0870 600 5522. See also back cover. For general enquiries about National Statistics contact: Public Enquiry Service on 020 7533 5888 (minicom: 01633 812399) E-mail: [email protected] Fax: 01633 652747 Letters: Room DG/18, 1 Drummond Gate, London SW1V 2QQ You can also find more statistics about Education and Training on www.dfes.gov.uk/statistics/ Information about National Statistics can be found on www.statistics.gov.uk/ A National Statistics publication Official statistics bearing the National Statistics logo are produced to high professional standards. They undergo regular quality assurance reviews to ensure that they meet customer needs. They are produced free from any political interference. 3 NATIONAL CURRICULUM ASSESSMENTS OF 7, 11 AND 14 YEAR OLDS IN ENGLAND – 2001 Introduction Background 1 This Bulletin – the fifth in the series – provides the results of analyses carried out on the attainments of pupils in England under the National Curriculum. It contains results of 2001 tasks/tests and teachers’ assessments1 at each Key Stage. A Statistical First Release (SFR)2 showing these results by Local Education Authority (LEA) was published in October 2001. This Bulletin expands on that information, and looks at results by type of school3, (i.e. maintained, independent and special), size of school and percentage of pupils known to be

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