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education: some abbreviations and definitions

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English term or phrase:education: some abbreviations and definitions
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01:43 Mar 1, 2001
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English term or phrase: education: some abbreviations and definitions
I am translating some reports and transfer forms issued by Norfolk County Council and others by Hewett School (UK) and I need help with abbreviations and terms:
Can you assist me by telling me what the abbreviations stand for and by giving a little explanation in English of the meaning of the other terms. THANKS.

I.T.: maybe information technology (it is the name of a subject)
P.E.: maybe physical education (subject)
R.S.: maybe religious studies (subject)
10P: maybe 10 year pupil (this word is preceded by the name of the pupil who was at that time at 10 Year
KS3 SATs: Key Stage 3 ....(it is saying that the pupil has been assessed by his teachers as having reached certain levels at the end of Key Stage 3
CS/:LME: (it appears as ref. in a letter for the purpose of confirmation of completion of 10 Year by the pupil)
CAT: maybe Cognitive Abilities Test
NFER: ( context: “I enclose a print out of his academic performance in all subject areas, his CAT AND FNER reading score)
UPN: (it is a number which appears in the transfer (from one school to another) form together with the name and personal data of the pupil)
Estab. Code: maybe code of the establishment ( of the transferring school)
LEA code: maybe Local Education Authority ( of the transferring school)
SEN stage ( and you have to mark with a cross one of the following options: N/A 1 2 3 4 5)
N/A: (in the instance above)

Statutory assessment (explanation needed)
Nationally Expected Standard (explanation needed)
National Results (explanation needed)
Key stage (explanation needed)
To be in Form 8P with Dr. .... (explanation needed)
Karina
See below
Explanation:
Karina:
You can find an excellent Glossary of Educational Terms used in the UK on-line at the following address:

http://www.nfer.ac.uk/eurydice/factfileuk/glossary.htm#s

I hope it helps!
Greetings from: OSO ¶:^)
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See below


Explanation:
Karina:
You can find an excellent Glossary of Educational Terms used in the UK on-line at the following address:

http://www.nfer.ac.uk/eurydice/factfileuk/glossary.htm#s

I hope it helps!
Greetings from: OSO ¶:^)


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