DfE’s congratulatory letter criteria and list of primary schools sent ministerial congratulatory letters based on 2016 key stage 2 results.
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A list of schools which received a congratulatory letter from the Minister of State for School Standards Nick Gibb based on their 2016 key stage 2 results.
Schools had to meet one or more of the following criteria at key stage 2:
- schools which have a progress measure in the top 10% for all of reading, writing and mathematics
- 100% of pupils reach the expected standard in reading, writing or maths
- 100% of pupils reach the expected standard in reading, writing and maths (all 3)
Further information can be found in the ‘Key stage 2 congratulatory letters criteria’.
Read about the criteria for receiving a congratulatory letter in the ‘Key stage 2: congratulatory letters guide’.