11+ and Kent grammar school entrance tests

Currently waiting for a response from Kent County Council, they should respond promptly and normally no later than (details).

Dear Kent County Council,

Of the children who failed the kent test in autumn 2019, but took either the dover test or the shepway test, for each test what proportion of children passed the respective tests.

For the children who took and failed the kent test, but passed the dover tests,
what was the lowest kent test score and the average kent test score.
What was the lowest and average KATS test score

For the children who took and failed the kent test, but passed the shepway tests,
what was the lowest kent test score and the average kent test score.
What was the lowest and average KATS test score

How many children have sat both the dover test and the shepway test for each year, for the past 10 years.
How many children have listed both a Dover and a Folkestone grammar school on a SCAF for each year for the past 10 years.
What is the percentage of pupil premium children that have passed the kent test in the past 10 years.
What is the percentage of pupil premium children that have passed the shepway test in the past 10 years.
What is the percentage of pupil premium children that have passed the dover test in the past 10 years.

What proportion of children who registered as SEN for the purposes of the kent test passed the kent test.
Of those who failed but took either the dover test or shepway test, what proportion passed the respective test.
Did any of the pupils with SEN take both of the tests?

Of the children who took the Kent test on a saturday because they do not reside in the kent area, how many of those also sat an entrance test for a grammar school who does their own entrance test.
Of the children who took the out of area kent test , how many of those named a school who does their own entrance test on the SCAF.

For each grammar school in Kent that does their own entrance test, what proportion of pupils that apply for the schools have passed their own entrance test but not the kent test.

Yours faithfully,
Claire Thornton

 

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