In Bucks the score is irrelevant once you have scored 121 or over to qualify, or been deemed qualified through review/appeal. It doesn't matter if you have 121 or 141 - and no distinction is made between them.
I can't imagine the schools would be given the score therefore.
The schools generally do their own assessments in the first few weeks and base targets etc off them.
I understand totally about the Bucks system re qualification, it was purely an out of interest question - so much stuff is sent to secondary schools from primaries (or certainly it is at the OOC school I work in) I was just wondering purely out of interest whether the score fizzled into the ether or not.
I've always wondered why qualified pupils were actually given a score too rather then just been declared qualified.