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Progress Vs Attainment

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Imtellingonyou, May 29, 2012.

  1. Imtellingonyou

    Imtellingonyou New commenter

    What would you think if a child has made within a key stage at least 2 sub levels of progress a year and still not reached their targets?
     
  2. Imtellingonyou

    Imtellingonyou New commenter

    What would you think if a child has made within a key stage at least 2 sub levels of progress a year and still not reached their targets?
     
  3. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    Our children are expected to make 3 sub-levels of progress in both years of KS1. So making only two and not reaching targets seems fine.
     
  4. That the target was incorrect!
     
  5. Expected progress is 2 sub-levels per year in KS2. Accelerated progress is 3 levels or more per year.
    So if a child comes into year 3 at a 2c you would expect them to get to 3a/4c
    If a child comes into year 2 as a 3c you expect them to get a 5c
     
  6. WolfPaul

    WolfPaul Occasional commenter

    No it isn't. Expected progress is 3 sublevels over 2 years in KS2, equalling one and a half sublevels each year, which rather neatly illustrates how the NC levels have been mangled over time to show progress in a way which was never intended.
     
  7. Sorry I stand corrected! You are right 6 sublevels (2 whole levels) across KS2.
     
  8. I would be happy personally. I have children who have made 3 sublevels progress and still not met their target. I am happy that the majority of my class have made at least 2 sublevels progress this year - what SLT thinks remains to be seen!
     
  9. Who set the targets? Were the targets set for individual children or for the cohort?
     

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