The performance of children in England in tests at the end of primary school has edged upwards, the government has announced. More pupils than ever have achieved the literacy and maths scores needed for secondary school, according to figures from the Department for Education. Four out of five pupils got good grades in all the tests, says the DfE. However, Schools Minister Nick Gibb said schools in some council areas had performed poorly.
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