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PostPosted: Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:28 am 
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I remember seeing 11+ pass profiles for Bucks Primary schools but can't seem to find it on the forum. Can anyone point me in the right direction please? Plus what was the year that Bucks changed it's 11+ policy to a 121 pass mark and then geographical allocations?

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 26, 2008 1:37 pm 
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MelW wrote:
I remember seeing 11+ pass profiles for Bucks Primary schools but can't seem to find it on the forum. Can anyone point me in the right direction please? Plus what was the year that Bucks changed it's 11+ policy to a 121 pass mark and then geographical allocations?

Thanks.
MelW


Hi Mel,

The allocation policy changed in 2005, the year after DD1 entered her GS.

As for pass profiles, I haven't managed to find the actual document but the following links might help as pointers:

viewtopic.php?p=32649

and

viewtopic.php?t=2352


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Sorry slightly off topic but can anybody tell me re. From exactly which year the GCSE results will come out by the children who got Bucks GS places by "121mark & address" rather than just "Highest marks"?


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BUCKSH wrote:
Sorry slightly off topic but can anybody tell me re. From exactly which year the GCSE results will come out by the children who got Bucks GS places by "121mark & address" rather than just "Highest marks"?


My DD was one of the last intake under the old system and she does her GCSEs next year, which means that the results for the first intake after the change will be 2010.

(Can't you just tell I've been working on Type Z questions! :lol: )


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Thank you (again) Marylou,

I will be watching them very carefully in 2010 then!

Kind Regards


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Just out of interest does anyone remember the marks allocation for the various grammars and did it change each year?


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BUCKSH wrote:
Thank you (again) Marylou,

I will be watching them very carefully in 2010 then!

Kind Regards


So will I! :wink:


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Just found some figures on primary school pass levels, provided by Patricia in this thread:
viewtopic.php?t=1692

The information is a few years old but nevertheless interesting.


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I think the KS3 test results will also be worth looking at this year as this Y9 was the first with selection under the distance criteria and it was a large cohort ...


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Guest55 wrote:
I think the KS3 test results will also be worth looking at this year as this Y9 was the first with selection under the distance criteria and it was a large cohort ...


Yes - hadn't thought of that. I'm sure they will all do very well and will be mostly Level 7s, but I'll be really interested to see how many get Level 8 for Maths compared to last year! :wink:


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