- Category: Exam Week
- Published: 20 July 2012
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Students develop at different rates and National Curriculum levels can give you an idea of how your child's progress compares to what is typical for their age. For example, by the end of Key Stage 3, most children will have reached level 5.
Below is a list of generic skills which may be covered in Key Stage 3 subjects. This list is not exhaustive, but an example of some of the thinking skills your child may have demonstrated whilst studying a particular subject.
Next to each level is the projected GCSE grade.
If you would like to discuss these levels further please contact Mrs Chapple.