2017 provisional key stage five (KS5) reports - part two
15 Dec 2017
Your 2017 provisional KS5 report (part two) is now available for you to download via 2016/17 reports section (under post 16) on your individual school page.
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Download the user guide on how to access school reports at the bottom of this page (under downloads).
About the reports
The KS5 report (part two) contains detailed breakdowns of results by exam type and subject and the pupil level attainment breakdown.
Due to the late publication of the subject level reports in NOVA this year (we were given access to these on 12 December) we decided to split this report in to two parts.
The school by school comparisons, performance in key indicators over time and by pupil group (sections one to three) were published in part one of this report in November (see related content link below).
Final versions of these reports will be produced once the data has been finalised.
We do hope you find these reports useful and welcome your queries and comments
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