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What do the numbers mean? Gareth Burton Assistant Headteacher gb@chippingcampden.gloucs.sch.uk What information will I receive? What does it mean? What information will you receive? Friday 12 th November 2010 – Attitude and Attainment Grades 1

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what do the numbers mean
What do the numbers mean?

Gareth Burton

Assistant Headteacher

gb@chippingcampden.gloucs.sch.uk

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What information will you receive?

Friday 12th November 2010 – Attitude and Attainment Grades 1

Thursday 18th November 2010 – Mentoring Day 1 (Tutors)

Friday 4th March 2011 - Attitude and Attainment Grades 2

Thursday 24th March 2011 – Yr 10 Parents’ Evening (Subject teachers)

Thursday 7th April 2011 - Mentoring Day 2 (Tutors)

Friday 15th July 2011 – Record of Achievement

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What information will you receive?

Friday 12th November 2010 – Attitude and Attainment Grades 1

Thursday 18th November 2010 – Mentoring Day 1 (Tutors)

Friday 4th March 2011 - Attitude and Attainment Grades 2

Thursday 24th March 2011 – Yr 10 Parents’ Evening (Subject teachers)

Thursday 7th April 2011 - Mentoring Day 2 (Tutors)

Friday 15th July 2011 – Record of Achievement

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What does it mean?

Attitude and Attainment grades

  • Attitude to Learning
  • Attainment level
  • Target level
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Attitude to Learning

A = Outstanding

B = Good

C = Satisfactory

D = Unsatisfactory

E = Poor

“How hard your child is working”

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Attitude to Learning

A = Outstanding (44%)

B = Good (35%)

C = Satisfactory (16%)

D = Unsatisfactory (5%)

E = Poor (0%)

Figures in red relate to the % of grades awarded to last year’s Yr 10 cohort in their first Attitude and Attainment grades (Nov 2009)

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What does it mean?

Attitude and Attainment grades

  • Attitude to Learning
  • Attainment level
  • Target level
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Attainment Level

8 = A*

7 = A

6 = B

5 = C

4 = D

3 = E

2 = F

1 = G

The GCSE grade that your son/daughter is predicted to achieve by their subject teacher at the end of Year 11 if they continue to work their current rate of progress

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Attainment Level (In-between levels)

6.3 = B

6 = B

5.8 = C

5.5 = C

5.3 = C

5.0 = C

4.8 = D

4.5 = D

Grade B, but very borderline

High Grade C, almost a B

Secure Grade C

Grade C, not yet secure

Grade C, but very borderline

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Target Levels

8 = A*

7 = A

6 = B

5 = C

4 = D

3 = E

2 = F

1 = G

Use the same numerical system as the attainment levels (including in-between levels)

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Target Levels

Fischer Family Trust (FFT) are an organisation who specialise in modelling data and providing estimates of future performance in a range of fields, including education.

Most schools in the country make use of FFT estimates to set targets at student level and whole-school level.

OfSTED would expect schools to be setting rigorous and robust targets at all levels using FFT data.

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Target Levels

FFT provide schools with a range of estimates as follows:

Type A

Based on student prior attainment and gender

Type B

Based on student prior attainment, gender and school context

Type C

Based on student prior attainment, gender, school context and student context

Type D

Type C estimates, which have been adjusted to reflect the progress of the top 25% of schools nationally

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Target Levels

A student’s target level is derived from their Type D estimate

Type D

Type C estimates, which have been adjusted to reflect the progress of the top 25% of schools nationally

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What does it mean?

Attitude and Attainment grades

  • Attitude to Learning
  • Attainment level
  • Target level
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What does it mean?

Record of Achievement

Attitude and Attainment grades

  • Attitude to Learning
  • Attitude to Learning
  • Attainment level
  • Attainment level
  • Target level
  • Target level
  • Subject Teacher comments
  • Tutor comment
  • Head of Year comment
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What do the numbers mean?

Gareth Burton

Assistant Headteacher

gb@chippingcampden.gloucs.sch.uk