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KS3Key Stage 3 (third stage of the English education system, for students aged 11 to 14)
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The KS3 girls team from Cramlington Learning Village ended up in ninth place.
Diff KS3 English Z-Score 0.80 0.07 KS3 Maths Z-Score 0.75 0.04 KS3 Science Z-Score 0.75 0.05 H/h income ([pounds sterling]) 0.53 0.07 Male 0.18 0.07 Ethnic group: Mixed 0.03 0.00 Ethnic group: Indian 0.02 0.02 Ethnic group: Pakistani 0.15 0.00 Ethnic group: Bangladeshi 0.20 0.02 Ethnic group: Black Caribbean 0.03 0.00 Ethnic group: Black African 0.00 0.00 Ethnic group: Other 0.03 0.02 No Siblings 0.05 0.00 2 Siblings 0.01 0.01 3+ Siblings 0.25 0.00 No Older Siblings 0.14 0.01 2 Older Siblings 0.05 0.01 3+ Older Siblings 0.18 0.01 Lone parent family 0.03 0.00 Mother has no quals.
Huddersfield Grammar won KS3 Level 2 team silver with Daisy Howarth-Roberts picking up individual bronze.
What is clear is that despite Ofsted's concerns (see Moving English Forward), there is increasing pressure on teachers to use KS3 as a training ground for GCSE and in some cases to use Year 9 as the first year of a three year exam course.
Organised by the Schools Library Service, the 2009 KS3 Chills Book Award has been won by Scared to Death by Alan Gibbons - a book championed by Turves Green Boys' School in Northfield.
It involved an analysis of matched administrative records to identify young people who underachieved at Key Stage 4 (KS4) relative to their performance at Key Stage 3 (KS3); qualitative research with young people (interviewed between June-August 2008 when they were aged 18-19) and their parents/significant others; and interviews with school staff.
Instead we are subjected to pontificating and patronising nonsense about all the good KS3 assessment has done and that schools, who are seen by civil servants and politicians alike as not very bright children, have now grown up enough to be allowed to move on to a new regime where teachers do the assessment - as if they haven't always .
KS1 is ages five to seven, KS2, seven to 11, KS3, 11-14 and KS4, 14-16.
THIS YEAR'S COMPETITION took on a WW1 Centenary theme and all of KS3 who entered had to design a menu to commemorate and celebrate this occasion.
This is an excellent KS3 introduction and analysis of various refugees and migrants fleeing war and poverty, with a particular focus on the current refugee crisis affecting the Middle East.
During the evening, KS3 form awards were presented, as well as subject-specific prizes for student achievement in Years 10, 11 and Sixth Form.
GCSE maths revision Trampolining, Art, Computer Club, Pet Club, Geography revision, History Catch Up, Singing, Fundraising Group, Year Nine Football, Art Film Club, Lego Club, Geography Revision, Drama Group, GCSE RE Group Netball, ICT Booster Session DT Enterprise Group, Dodgeball, GCSE English Revision, Homework Club, KS3 Cooking Club, GCSE Science Revision, Gym Club, Puzzle Club, GCSE History Revision, Maths Higher Revision Tell us something we didn't know about your school: The number of year 7s starting with us in September has doubled in only one year!