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  • 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. It is (almost) ALL about progress
  • 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. 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. ALPS Average GCSE point Score linked to expected outcome 50 APS = B+ 45 APS = C+
  • 6. ALPS
  • 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. 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. NOW OVER TO STEVE.
  • 10. How to use data?
  • 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. 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!