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Assessing proficiency in English: implications for schools

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Last updated on 15 November 2017
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How is the proficiency in English data collection affecting schools? The DfE collects data on the proficiency in English of pupils with EAL through the school census. We relay information from the DfE and guidance from one of our experts on the implications for schools.

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  1. 1 'Proficiency in English' data is collected through the school census
  2. 2 Assessing proficiency
  3. 3 English proficiency in the CTF
  4. 4 Implications of collecting proficiency in English data
  5. 5 CPDT: supporting pupils with EAL

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