Key Stage

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

key + stage

Noun[edit]

Key Stage (plural Key Stages)

  1. (UK, education) Any of the stages of the state education system of the United Kingdom and Gibraltar, introduced with the National Curriculum in 1988, defining the knowledge expected of students at various ages.

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