Mark-up

6th October 1995 at 01:00
Considerable concern was expressed by headteachers about the unreliability of the marking of the national curriculum key stage 3 tests in English but we were assured by Nick Tate, chief executive of the School Curriculum and Assessment Authority, that "there were no problems with the tests or marking".

I have just received the results from the Northern Examinations and Assessment Board of the re-marking of the scripts of all our 130 candidates. Seventy were graded upwards (0 downwards).

D B GANDERTON

Headteacher

St Thomas Aquinas RC High School

Nell Lane

Chorlton-cum-Hardy

Manchester

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