I could be being really naive/stupid here, but at a recent meeting with our SIO, I was asked how many of my pupils had made 3 APS this year. I replied that x% of children made 2 APS (1 fine level) and y% made 4 APS, giving an average progress this year of 3.7ish, which I deemed to be satisfactory to good progress overall. She then said that 2 APS was inadequate, 4 APS was good, so how many pupils had made SATISFACTORY progress, ie. 3 APS. She also said that with a number of pupils making inadequate progress (2 APS) then I could not grade the progress as anything but inadequate. After lots of years in the job, I have never come across a pupil being able to make an odd number of APS in a year once they get beyond the P scales. I asked if she was expecting us to fine level a fine level, to which she replied 'don't be ridiculous!' and then said that we must move on. Am I wrong or is she? Help!!