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News: Heads call for end to primary assessment “chaos”

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School types: All · School phases: Primary
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Headteachers have called for a "fundamental review" of the primary assessment system, with this year's tests described as a "train wreck". The NAHT headteachers’ union has also questioned the government's academisation plans, which were defended by education secretary Nicky Morgan.

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