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Pupil tracking - what happens next??!!

Discussion in 'Assessment' started by Kpnuts75, Feb 5, 2011.

  1. Hi, my school has a very effective tracking system in place - except not a lot seems to happen when the pupils who are 'not on target' have been identified. In my subject (mathematics) they generally just get moved sets.
    I would be very interested to hear what steps are taken in your schools when pupils have been identified.
    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. minnie me

    minnie me Star commenter

    So assume the move to a different means that their targets are not achieved? Which yr group group ? You need to identify why they are not ' on target'. Is the target seting secure ? Is the teaching inclusive ? Is there a diagnostic approach insitu ? Some interventions to ensure that they do attain cd be some / combination of the following -mentor ( academic / graduate / motivational mentor to work with group / extra maths - small group / voucher for revison material / booster days / masterclasses/ motivation and aspirational workshops/exam practice workshops/ withdrawal / specialist input on study skills/ additional curriculum time / family support sessions / personal coach / residentials ?? Just some of the things I can think of ff the top of my head.
     

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