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How can a school get a pupil's KS1 results?

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Last updated on 21 June 2017
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Where can we find KS1 data for a pupil? We explain how schools can access a pupil's common transfer file (CTF), which should include some Key Stage (KS) 1 data. We also look at what to do if a school does not receive a pupil's CTF and if a primary school wishes to access KS1 results for leavers.

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  1. 1 Common transfer file
  2. 2 What must be included in the CTF?
  3. 3 Transition policy: primary to secondary
  4. 4 Primary schools accessing KS1 results for former pupils

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