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DfE: Beef up SATs security to avoid maladministration claims
Headteachers are being urged to have two members of staff check deliveries of SATs papers when they arrive at schools to help them avoid allegations of maladministration. The government has also beefed up its advice for the way key stage 2 SATs are supervised, recommending that schools invite a "trusted" member of the school community to observe the exams.
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