National Record of Achievement

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Originally introduced in the late 1970s, and becoming mandatory from 1993, the NRA was intended to enable pupils to present formally a record of, and gain recognition for, their non‐examination and extracurricular achievements as well as their academic ones. In 1996 the Dearing Review of Qualifications for 16–19‐Year‐Olds recommended a restructuring of the NRA and suggested renaming it the Progress File. As a result of this review and restructuring, the NRA is to be phased out by 2009.

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