Levels of Progress
Expected
Progress (3)

Good
Progress (4)

1

F

1

E

2

E

2

D

3

D

3

C

4

C

4

B

5

B

5

A

6...
It is (almost) ALL
about progress
Quick Glossary
Average Points
Score (APS)
Average
Predicted Grade
(APG)
Average Target
Grade

34 = D grade 40 = C grade
46...
Quick Glossary
Low Attainers

Lower Tier

Finished Year 6 below
level 4

Middle Tier

Finished Year 6 at level 4

Middle A...
ALPS
Average GCSE point Score
linked to expected outcome
50 APS = B+
45 APS = C+
ALPS
Quick Glossary
RESIDUAL

Performance compared to other subjects

PREDICTED
ACCURACY

Predicted ALPS v Achieved ALPS

UCAS ...
Less Quick Glossary
UMS v UCAS v SCATT
UMS = Uniform Mark Scale
UCAS = University Points
SCATT = Government Points
UMS A2 ...
NOW OVER TO
STEVE.
How to use data?
How to use data?
★ Look for underperformance first
★ Look for trends next - bands, FSM, SEN, EAL
★ Compare classes
★ Take ...
Data Ideas?
Talk about it with the student...
Use for RAG rating i.e. seating plans, PLCs etc
Think about differentiation
...
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  1. 1. Levels of Progress Expected Progress (3) Good Progress (4) 1 F 1 E 2 E 2 D 3 D 3 C 4 C 4 B 5 B 5 A 6 A 6 A*
  2. 2. It is (almost) ALL about progress
  3. 3. Quick Glossary Average Points Score (APS) Average Predicted Grade (APG) Average Target Grade 34 = D grade 40 = C grade 46 = B grade 52 = A grade 6 points = 1 grade Average difference between what was predicted and what 6 points = 1 grade was achieved. Average difference between what the target grade was and what was achieved. 6 points = 1 grade
  4. 4. Quick Glossary Low Attainers Lower Tier Finished Year 6 below level 4 Middle Tier Finished Year 6 at level 4 Middle Attainers Higher Tier Finished Year 6 above level 4 Higher Attainers
  5. 5. ALPS Average GCSE point Score linked to expected outcome 50 APS = B+ 45 APS = C+
  6. 6. ALPS
  7. 7. Quick Glossary RESIDUAL Performance compared to other subjects PREDICTED ACCURACY Predicted ALPS v Achieved ALPS UCAS v SCATT UCAS = University Points SCATT = Government Points AGREED TARGET Agreed in discussion with student
  8. 8. Less Quick Glossary UMS v UCAS v SCATT UMS = Uniform Mark Scale UCAS = University Points SCATT = Government Points UMS A2 (Out of 600) A*= AS 80%+ A2 90% 480 UMS = A (80%) 420 UMS = B (70%) 360 UMS = C (60%) 300 UMS = D (50%) Can it get more complicated? A - 39/62 (63%) - 80/100 UMS B - 33/62 (53%) - 70/100 UMS C - 27/62 (44%) - 60/100 UMS D - 22/62 (35%) - 50/100 UMS E - 17/62 (27%) - 40/100 UMS UCAS A2 A*= 140 A = 120 B = 100 C = 80 D = 60
  9. 9. NOW OVER TO STEVE.
  10. 10. How to use data?
  11. 11. How to use data? ★ Look for underperformance first ★ Look for trends next - bands, FSM, SEN, EAL ★ Compare classes ★ Take note of residuals ★ Consider quality of predictions
  12. 12. Data Ideas? Talk about it with the student... Use for RAG rating i.e. seating plans, PLCs etc Think about differentiation Think about sharing good practice REMEMBER...It is a signpost not an end in itself!
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