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News: Don't publish 2016 SATs test data, heads urge DfE

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School types: Maintained, Academy, Independent · School phases: Primary
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Leaders of the NAHT headteachers' union have said that results for this year's KS1 and 2 tests should not be used to hold schools to account. They claim that issues with the administration of the tests mean that results will be unpredictable, and that using them to compare schools would be "risky".

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