Calculating the primary progress scores
The DfE will share accountability measures but not performance tables for 2021/22. Understand how the 2019 Key Stage 1 to 2 progress measure was calculated, where you can access your progress scores, and what they mean.
This article is based on the DfE's primary school accountability guidance.
2021/22: The DfE will share accountability measures but not performance tables
The DfE won't publish KS2 data for 2021/22. However, it'll still produce the normal suite of KS2 accountability measures at school level. It'll share these with:
- Primary schools, trusts and LAs to inform school improvement discussions
- Ofsted, to go in the Inspection Data Summary Report (IDSR) to inform inspection activity
- DfE teams, to help them set criteria to allocate additional funding (for example, to teaching schools or English and maths hubs)
This will be with the caveat that data from 2021/22 won't be comparable with other years.
The DfE intends to:
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