Missing the deadline will have an impact on your school: it will not be possible for Bradford Council, the Department for Education or Ofsted
to analyse your Key Stage 2 results, including the new attainment and progress measures. This could have an impact on your school’s data in the published DfE Performance Tables and your school’s RAISEonline reports.
When you have submitted your Key Stage 2 Teacher Assessments, it is the school’s responsibility to ensure that the results have been
submitted without any errors and have been recorded on the NCA
Tools website. In previous years a small number of schools have believed that they have submitted results when
they hadn’t been successfully recorded on the NCA Tools website.
It is recommended that your submission of Key Stage 2 Teacher Assessments is
not left to the 30th June to minimise risks from staff absence, systems’ downtime or other IT issues.
DfE guidance on how to submit the 2016 Teacher Assessments can be found