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Falling below the floor standards

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Last updated on 2 January 2018
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What are the consequences of a school falling below the floor standards? We relay advice from the DfE on what may happen if a school does not meet the KS2 or KS4 floor standards. We include information on warning notices and the role of RSCs.

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  1. 1 The floor standards
  2. 2 Consequences
  3. 3 Warning notices
  4. 4 RSCs can commission educational advisers

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