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5th March 2018

The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) has published a report calling for reforms to the system for judging England’s primary schools, in order to make it fairer on schools and better for children.

The report, Sense and Accountability: Holding our Primary Schools to account for what matters most, follows consultation with a panel of primary and assessment experts, including CEM Director, Professor Rob Coe and CEM’s Director of Policy, Katharine Bailey.

The panel was drawn together by ASCL in response to concerns about the intense focus placed on Key Stage 2 SATs results and the negative impact this has on schools and children.

The accountability review contains 15 recommendations: some aimed at government, some at Ofsted, and some are for school leaders and leadership organisations. You can find out more about the report and the recommendations on our blog.

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