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End KS3 Levels??

Discussion in 'Senior Leadership Team' started by papakura, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. papakura

    papakura New commenter

    Dear All
    What is wrong with dispensing with NC levels and putting the predicted GCSE grade on all progress reviews from the start of year 7?
    That is, if you are at level 3c at the age of 11 and go on to make progress at 2 sub levels a year, then your PRs and reports for the next 3 years show you are going to get less than a C grade at at the age of 16.

     
  2. papakura

    papakura New commenter

    Dear All
    What is wrong with dispensing with NC levels and putting the predicted GCSE grade on all progress reviews from the start of year 7?
    That is, if you are at level 3c at the age of 11 and go on to make progress at 2 sub levels a year, then your PRs and reports for the next 3 years show you are going to get less than a C grade at at the age of 16.

     
  3. hennapen

    hennapen New commenter

    I certainly agree that the two systems are incongruous and it would certainly make tracking easier across the years.
     

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