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ICT Attainment - National Averages at KS1/KS2?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by KrazyKat, Apr 30, 2011.

  1. KrazyKat

    KrazyKat New commenter

    Hello everyone
    I am the subject leader for ICT in our primary school. I was wondering whether there was any information available about attainment in ICT nationally. I need to prove that our children are making good progress (done) and then compare attainment to a local or national average/expectation (in the way that we do for Literacy/Numeracy), but am not sure that this information exists. Any help or ideas you can give would be much appreciated!
     
  2. becktonboy

    becktonboy New commenter

    Data on national attainments is not collected, I seriously doubt that it is locally either. Who is asking you to provide the comparison? perhaps ask them to provide you with the local+national attainment data they wish you to compare your school against?
    The only national expectation I am aware of is in the NC: a majority of pupils (80%?) level 2 at end of KS1, level 4 at end of KS2, which leaves all the other years a bit blank.
    Many LAs and schools have made up their own sub-levels and then determined their own expectations and if you are happy to have graphs as indicators of attainment you might consider that route.
     
  3. Thanks, that is what I had been thinking as well, but before I approach our Curriculum Lead I wanted to be sure I wasn't missing anything.
     

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