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Fischer Family Trust

Discussion in 'Senior Leadership Team' started by lancsHOD, Jan 4, 2011.

  1. lancsHOD

    lancsHOD New commenter

    Do you use FFT estimates to set targets? If so do you use them straight as they are?

    How often do FFt update the estimates, I notice that they are different now from september for KS4. Do you update the targets through the school year?
     
  2. lancsHOD

    lancsHOD New commenter

    Do you use FFT estimates to set targets? If so do you use them straight as they are?

    How often do FFt update the estimates, I notice that they are different now from september for KS4. Do you update the targets through the school year?
     
  3. Trendy Art

    Trendy Art Star commenter

    We use FFT (D) to set targets for KS4 groups, which subsequently is used to determine CVA performance for individual teachers.
    There should only be one value for a student based on their primary school attainment. Not sure why you say that they change.
    Have a look at this: http://www.fischertrust.org/downloads/dap/Training/Making_best_use_of_FFT_estimates.pdf
     
  4. have given FFT the boot. After hitting FFT D repeatedly and having below average CVA have moved to targets based upon expected progress KS2-4.
     

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