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Nov 23 2012

Harrow Early Years Foundation Stage Results 2012

The latest national statistics on Early Years Foundation Stage Profile Results produced by the Department for Education were released on 17th October 2012. The results don’t seem, to the untrained eye, to make great reading.

For all six measures, Harrow is behind the national scores in 2012 – a position it’s managed to retain over the previous two years. Despite more children achieving a 6+ each year – both nationally and across Harrow – the borough’s education still comes out below the national average.

The sixth measure is the percentage gap between the median and the bottom 20% – and although Harrow has reduced this gap, it’s still higher than the national figure. A smaller number – ie: a smaller gap – is better, of course, and Harrow has managed to reduce this from 37.7% in 2010 to 30.8% in 2012.

Full figures, charts, tables and spreadsheets are available here. If anyone finds any good news in there, let us know, and we’d be happy to update this article.

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