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Can levels of pupil attainment be raised via a process of collaborative monitoring?

Karen Hanks

Can levels of pupil attainment be raised via a process of collaborative monitoring?

an investigation of the development and implementation of a monitoring system within a high school faculty designed to improve the quality of teaching and learning and raise levels of pupil attainment.

by Karen Hanks

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ContributionsManchester Metropolitan University. Didsbury School of Education.
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of pupil attainment than gender. We now consider whether this result holds when we measure pupil attainment in terms of value added, rather than raw test scores. (c) Value Added The secondary school performance tables included, for the first time, a measure of the.   The book provides clarification of the performance criteria, through illustrative examples, and supports accurate and consistent teacher assessment of pupils working at these levels. It enables effective monitoring of attainment and progression, which will support the target setting process, and demonstrates how assessments can be used to /5(2).

Looked-after children: some statistics 68% of looked-after children achieved level 4 in reading, compared with 89% of others. The gap at 11 is even larger in writing and mathematics. 12% of looked-after children achieved 5+ GCSEs at A*-CEM, compared with 53% of others. 33% of care leavers become NEET, compared with 13% of all young Size: 1MB.   Evaluating the Pupil Premium isn’t easy – it’s official. The Department for Education’s (DfE) recent independent evaluation of the Premium (‘Evaluation of Pupil Premium: Research Report.’July ) includes an admission that even it can’t yet tell what the impact of the Premium will be, and that it’s ‘too early’ to tell which spending strategies are likely to make the most.

  In this webinar, Sue Thompson, Senior Publisher, and Phil Wileman, Field Training Manager at GL Assessment, will outline exactly what is included in the CDS, how it can . the pupil-led approach significant factors to be taken into consideration when leading pupil-led experimentations project work format to be completed by student(s) about own project work questionnaire for final evaluation of students’ levels of satisfaction and motivations chapter 2.


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Can levels of pupil attainment be raised via a process of collaborative monitoring? by Karen Hanks Download PDF EPUB FB2

A timetable of meetings and up-to-date pupil cohort attainment data is provided for teachers at the start of each new year.

Individual pupils and the percentage of cohorts achieving at the expected level and at the higher-than-expected level are identified, as are those pupils who require targeted support to increase their rate of progress.

Statistics on the characteristics of A level students by matching pupils to the school census data, 3 years before they completed their 16 to 18 studies. Monitoring pupil progress; Performance data for pupils with SEN; Primary progress and attainment; Pupil premium: demonstrating the impact; Pupil premium: research on effective use of the funding; School performance data: the basics.

Feedback & monitoring pupil progress Resources The EEF has produced an interactive, online guide to Assessing and Monitoring Pupil Progress, which outlines the principles of good assessment to ensure that the evidence put to use in schools has the best possible.

Assessing and Monitoring Pupil Progress. Assessment – particularly teacher assessment - is one of the great unclaimed prizes of learning. However, ensuring that assessment is efficient, effective and without bias is a considerable challenge. Student progress monitoring, characterized by the use of "quick, brief probes designed to gauge progress toward grade-level goals and to fine-tune instruction as it is delivered" (Virginia Department of Education,p.

25), can provide schools with a rich data source. Pupil mental health: survey findings from The Key. Our State of Education survey, completed by more than 1, school leaders, identified a number of areas of concern with regards to the mental health and wellbeing of pupils.

For example, 94% of primary school leaders believe there is a wider range of pressures on pupils today compared to 5 years ago, and social media and exams are. Personalised learning focuses on high quality teaching that is responsive to the different ways that pupils achieve their best.

By taking account of individual needs, interests and aspirations, a pupil-centred approach results in raised achievement since learning can be. Additionally we also believe that the process of collecting data is not an outcome of a process but the beginning of many processes. It is what is done with the data that really matters.

Pupil achievement is judged in two ways: Attainment – this referred to whether a pupil is working 'at the expected level' or 'working at greater depth'. also be viewed as a process variable which is likely to have an impact on levels of pupil attainment, as has been demonstrated in other studies (see, for example, Audit 8QLW 0DOFROP 7KRUSH /RZGHQ.

You can use gradesbut plus and minus subgrades are catered for too. Colour coded cells automatically show progress (above or below target grade) and the sheet does all the analysis for you, producing a data table detailing the following: progress & attainment of Low, Middle and High Prior Attainment (KS2).

for example, a LIG collaborative. Within your school • The three booklets could contribute to a whole-school Inset day where inclusion issues, targeting intervention or raising the attainment of particular groups of pupils are a major feature. SENCOs could share in using the materials, together with the school strategy manager and/or.

The link between pupil health and wellbeing and attainment 6 Learning social and emotional skills can have a positive impact on pupil attainment Emotions can support or impede pupils’ learning, their academic engagement, work ethic, commitment, and ultimate school success.

12,13 A number of specific social and emotional competencies have positiveFile Size: KB. Monitoring, tracking and reporting of pupil progress and achievement.

Report by Director of Education, Culture and Sport Service. Summary. This report provides information on emerging approaches in Highland to monitoring and tracking pupil progress and achievement, and how the E1 Managing Information System can be used to facilitate this.

Part 3: Managing the learning process for pupils with SEN How to use these materials Although these are guidance materials you may wish to adapt them for training purposes or as PowerPoint slides or handouts for CPD. Tasks and reflection boxes can also be adapted to create activities for training purposes.

Some of the keyFile Size: KB. Whole School Approach to Analysing Pupil Progress and Attainment. A one day course for leaders at all levels to develop a whole school assessment approach to tracking progress and attainment of all pupils in a Primary School.

We can help you develop a whole school approach to analysing pupil progress and attainment throughout an academic year. A comparative analysis of the management of pupil performance data in schools in the United States and Wales formats, school 1 and 2 had introduced online mark book systems.

The online systems enabled detailed tracking of pupil attainment and facilitated the analysis and dissemination of data. In most of the schools the drive for change. Attainment and progress for pupils with SEN/LDD Attainment and progress for pupils with SEN/LDD.

Introduction. The overarching strategic aim of the National Strategies is to continue to raise standards and rates of progress for children and young people in all phases and settings through increasing personalisation of Size: KB.

How might schools conduct a pupil-led book scrutiny. We include a downloadable KeyDoc template to support a book scrutiny conducted by pupils and staff in collaboration, and relay guidance from two of our associate education experts. We also link to further work scrutiny templates from The Key.

Monitoring, Evaluation and Review Policy Page 6 of 16 In the case of OFSTED or HMI, judgements made are set against national criteria and levels of attainment outlined in the Raiseonline document.

Formal reports are made after such visits and after an OFSTED Inspection; parents receive a summary of the report. Monitoring and Evaluation. Improving Attainment for All: Effective Use of the Pupil Premium The impact of leadership at all levels S., See, BH and Siddiqui, N.

() Process and summative evaluation of the Switch-On literacy transition programme, Report to the Educational Endowment Foundation.Internationally, the SPRinG project is the largest evaluation of effective group working methods in comparison to traditional teaching, with findings that show raised levels of pupil achievement.independent viewpoint that can be used to benchmark pupils and monitor their progress effectively.

•A l ow yu m eanigf c pr t so fd ir nyp.U g a inm edl o gsr data allows you to compare attainment against potential and provides an easy way of spotting anomalies. •Offer a reliable way of comparing a pupil, a cohort or a school’s p erf om.