The primary school with the highest ever average score in the Cito primary school leaving-test is in England, the Telegraaf reports today. The 13 pupils in group 8 of the Willem-Alexander School in Woking, Surrey, scored an average of 549.5. The maximum score in the multiple-choice test is 550. The school is run by Anglo-Dutch oil concern Shell.
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