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KS2 Combined in English and Maths

Discussion in 'Primary' started by uk2020, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. Hi,
    Just trying to work out some data for my Y6 children. Basically if a child has achieved a level 4 in English (reading and writing combined) and a level 5 in mathematics, does this mean that the child is awarded a Level 4 for English and Maths combined?
    So, if a child gets a Level 3 in English but a 4 in maths, would their overall combined level be a 3?
  2. The combined score means the % of children get a level 4 in both English and maths.
  3. Would just add that usually the data is Level 4 + in English and Maths. So a L5 in Maths in L4 in English would still be Level 4+ in both. I guess it depends on what data you are producing.
    Hope that doesn't confuse things!

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