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updated on 12 November 2019
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School types: All · School phases: Secondary

Find out what you need to consider before condensing your KS3 or extending your KS4, including possible advantages and disadvantages. Read an example from a school that has managed this successfully.

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  1. Am I allowed to have a condensed KS3? 
  2. Possible advantages 
  3. Possible disadvantages 
  4. What you need to consider before going ahead
  5. School example

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