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Managing a three-year key stage 4

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Last updated on 20 July 2016
School types: All · School phases: Secondary
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How do schools manage a three-year Key Stage (KS) 4? We relay a case study from a teaching school with a three-year KS4 curriculum and look at the structure of year 9 and the options process. We also link to case studies from five schools with a three-year KS4, and to an article on condensing KS3.

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Contents

  1. 1 Running a three-year KS4: case study from a teaching school
  2. 2 Case studies from schools in East Sussex
  3. 3 Condensing the KS3 curriculum into two years: guidance
  4. 4 Are there plans for any statutory changes to KS length?

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