• Primary school league tables 2015: the 'golden 28' for key stage 2 SATs

    Twenty-eight schools have overcome the odds and achieved the highest levels of progress and achievement for their disadvantaged pupils, analysis by Schools Week reveals. Today, the Department for Education released primary performance tables based on the results of this summer’s key stage 2 tests. Nationally, 80 per cent of children achieved at least a level

    9.31 Dec. 10th, 2015 | News

  • Primary league tables 2015: schools 'rise to the challenge' in key stage 2 tests

    The Department for Education (DfE) has today released this year’s performance tables for primary schools, based on this summer’s SATs results. The government said schools were “rising to the challenges” after it brought in a raft of changes in key stage 2 (KS2) tests – such as introducing higher floor standards, banning calculators for maths

    9.30 Dec. 10th, 2015 | News

  • We make it simple: how the government’s new 16-19 league tables are calculated

    The 16-19 accountability measures are changing. As the government releases its (very dense) guide setting out how the new measures will work, Schools Week’s Philip Nye, a former National Audit Office auditor, takes on the gruelling task of guiding you through the key features What’s changing? The new accountability measures will give a significant refresh

    7.30 Oct. 18th, 2014 | Opinion

  • We make it simple: how the government’s new 16-19 league tables are calculated

    The 16-19 accountability measures are changing. As the government releases its (very dense) guide setting out how the new measures will work, Schools Week’s Philip Nye, a former National Audit Office auditor, takes on the gruelling task of guiding you through the key features What’s changing? The new accountability measures will give a significant refresh

    7.30 Oct. 11th, 2014 | Opinion