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CXCL14

A gene on chromosome 5q31 that encodes a CXC-type chemokine that is a potent chemoattractant for neutrophils, and weaker one for dendritic cells. It is not chemotactic for T cells, B cells, monocytes, natural killer cells or granulocytes.
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Although we do not have measures of the quality of early education in our data, we do include a quality measure for schools attended by children during KS1.
The results in table 4 show that KS2 was very significantly and positively correlated with KS1, and was also somewhat positively correlated with ES, but the presence of MS was not correlated to any other role.
Shrub Street Kids KS1 Level 1 were named runners-up, while Shrub Street Surprise KS1 Level 2 were crowned champions.
This data, based on teacher assessments, shows that when compared with its predecessor cohort, the 2012 GCSE cohort was performing slightly below the 2011 cohort at KS1, on a par with it as KS2, and slightly above the 2011 cohort at KS3.
There is a similar trend in KS1, with Welsh youngsters aged five and six as much as 4% below learners across the border in English.
KS1 pupils from New Park School in Harrogate today played their part in a national initiative to raise the awareness of the importance of saving, when they helped engage Mutual launch a new, interactive website, www.
Across England 6,500 of the KS1 youngsters are now studying in classes of 31 or more - up from 4,280 in 2007.
Tower Dene Preparatory School and Woodlands Nursery Cambridge Road, Southport 01704 228556 Co-ed Religious affiliation: Non-denominational Term fees: On application Intake ages: Three months to 11 years Number of pupils: Approx 60 Founded: 1930 Entry requirements: Interview and visit Exam results: In 2005, KS1 Level 3 science 60%, English 50%, maths 40%' Level 2 English and maths 100%, science 90%' KS2 70% 5s in English and science, 50% 5s in maths as well as science.
Dudley was praised by the Government as one of the 'fastest improving towns' for its success in raising standards among seven-year-olds at KS1.
If we look at the figures for national achievement on the KS1 tests in mathematics we see that there is a clear relationship between the percentage of eligibility for free school meals and low attainment.
Matthew Longstaff, a KS1 pupil, commented: "This is the best French cafe ever.
Specialising in pirate tales, lighthouse keepers, Grace Darling and seaside past and present stories, the captain's stories link with KS1 and 2 of the national curriculum.