London,
15
December
2016
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18:26
Europe/London

Camden above Key Stage 2 national and London averages

Commenting on the release of today's (Thursday December 15) Key Stage 2 primary school test results, Councillor Angela Mason CBE, Camden Council Cabinet Member for Children, said:

“I’ve said on many occasions that our schools are amongst the best in the country and these Key Stage 2 results further justify that belief.

"61% of pupils reached the expected standard or better in reading, writing and maths in this year’s tests, which is higher than the 54% national average and also above the London average of 59%.

“Further breakdown of the results shows that we are the fourth highest borough in the country for progress in maths, and sixth highest for reading.

“Teachers and parents should be hugely proud of this year’s achievement.”

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