Schools which failed to submit KS2 examination papers

Feargal Hogan made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Department for Education

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Dear Department for Education,

Please could you supply a list of those schools which
a) would normally have been expected to conduct KS2 tests this year, and
b) which have as yet failed to submit the expected examination papers

For each school could you please list
i) the URN
ii) the school name
iii) the post code

Many thanks

Yours faithfully,

Feargal Hogan

Department for Education

1 Atodiad

Dear Mr Hogan

Thank you for your recent email. A reply will be sent to you as soon as
possible. For information, the departmental standard for correspondence
received is that responses should be sent within 20 working days as you
are requesting information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Your correspondence has been allocated the reference number 2010/0038542

Thank you.

Central Allocation Team

Public Communications Team

Tel: 0870 0002288

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Department for Education

Dear Mr Hogan,
Thank you for your request for information, which was received on 21 May
2010. You requested a list of schools who would normally have been
expected to conduct Key Stage 2 tests this year, and which have as yet
failed to submit the expected examination papers. For each school, you
have requested their URN, school name and post code. I have dealt with
your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 ("the Act").

The Department for Education has not confirmed the schools which have as
yet failed to submit the expected papers for their English and mathematics
Key Stage 2 National Curriculum tests. The Qualifications and Curriculum
Development Agency (QCDA, who are responsible for overseeing collection of
Key Stage 2 National Curriculum test materials from schools) are still
collecting and verifying the information they have received from
collections and contact with schools to ensure that information is
accurate and complete.

The Department for Education will be in a position to provide information
about schools where it has not been possible to make collections of test
papers by mid July. This will only be available once QCDA collections and
activity to confirm school status and validate information is completed. A
Department official will contact you once the information has been
published.

If you have any queries about this letter, please contact me. Please
remember to quote the reference number above in any future communications.

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consideration of your request.

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Department, you may then contact the Information Commissioner's Office

Yours sincerely,

Michael Messum
Assessment Division
[email address]
[1]www.education.gov.uk

Your correspondence has been allocated the reference number 2010/0038542.

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Department for Education

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Dear Feargal,

QCDA has today released 2010 key stage 2 national curriculum test results
to schools which administered the tests.

The Education secretary Michael Gove has released a statement regarding
today's release of key stage 2 national curriculum test results. A list of
schools which were expected to, but did not, administer 2010 Key Stage 2
national curriculum tests is also available. Please follow this [1]link to
view the statement and list of schools.

I hope this helps answer your questions, if you would like to discuss
please contact either myself or Josh Beattie (cc'd into this email).

Regards,

Mike Messum

Policy Advisor

Assessment Division

School Standards Group

Department for Education

Great Smith Street

London SW1P 3BT

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Gadawodd Feargal Hogan anodiad ()

The information was supplied in the form of a PDF which is disappointing. I will try to convert to something slightly more accessible and post a link.

Gadawodd Feargal Hogan anodiad ()

I've extracted the data from the PDF and posted it as a google doc here
http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0...