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controlled assessment-child study

Discussion in 'Welcome lounge and forum help' started by joyoga, Jun 18, 2010.

  1. We have just completed the Year 10 Child Study 15 hours controlled in school + 6 hours working with a child .WJEC GCSE. How are other schools coping? We have 2 groups, very mixed ability A* to G. It has been a nightmare to keep track of absence , additional time allowance and poor organisation. Despite starting in January students neede to be continually reminded to visit their child before coming to a timed session. I am aware other schools are not playing by the rules, I don't want to disadvantage our students. Stretching able students is much more difficult working within the time constraints. Suggestions please before I rewrite the guide for next year!
     
  2. We have just completed the Year 10 Child Study 15 hours controlled in school + 6 hours working with a child .WJEC GCSE. How are other schools coping? We have 2 groups, very mixed ability A* to G. It has been a nightmare to keep track of absence , additional time allowance and poor organisation. Despite starting in January students neede to be continually reminded to visit their child before coming to a timed session. I am aware other schools are not playing by the rules, I don't want to disadvantage our students. Stretching able students is much more difficult working within the time constraints. Suggestions please before I rewrite the guide for next year!
     
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