Key Stage 3 begins when pupils start secondary education. It determines how children should be tested and what standards they should achieve. Key Stage 3 is not that different to primary education, except the level of achievement is obviously higher and the lessons harder.

How Does the Change from Primary to Secondary School Affect Children?

The change from KS2 to KS3 also means a change of schools from primary to secondary. This upheaval can affect children in different ways. Key Stage 3 can take some getting used to!

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