2017 final key stage four (KS4) annex A and B

26 Mar 2018

Download your 2017 final key stage four (KS4) annex A (pupil summary) and annex B (detailed subject annex) from EGfL via 2016/17 reports section (under GCSE or equivalent) on your individual high school page.

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About the report

The KS4 annex A to the main GCSE report (published on EGfL on Monday, 26 March, 2018) includes a pupil summary sourced from NOVA.

The summary contains prior attainment, attainment eight, progress eight, English and Maths attainment and EBacc entry/achievement information at an individual pupil level.

Annex B contains detailed breakdowns by exam type and subject.

The tables within both annex A and B have been created using the new NOVA online system.

Both Annex A and Annex B are now available to download from your school page.

Key stage 5 report part 2

The key stage 5 report part 2 containing detailed breakdowns by exam type, subject and pupil should hopefully be available on the EGFL sometime in the next week.

Please accept our apologies for the delay in producing these final reports. We were unable to produce them earlier as the final KS4 reports in the Nova system have only just been made available to us, with the KS5 reports due in the next few days.

We hope you find these reports useful and welcome any comments on queries (see contacts below).

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