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Primary Assessment - The Welsh Experience

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It is no longer statutory for teachers in Wales to deal with SATs or NCTs at the end of KS2; the onus of assessment now rests with the schools and teachers.

To find out more about what's been happening, Llyn Codling - headteacher at Isambard Brunel Junior School in Portsmouth - visits a cluster of primary schools in Cardiff.

The schools are involved in a cross-phase moderation project that's aimed at ensuring their assessment of pupils is fair, and that the data gathered has as much impact as possible on the transition to secondary.

Part of the series: New Heads

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