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  1. What do the numbers mean? Gareth Burton Assistant Headteacher gb@chippingcampden.gloucs.sch.uk

  2. What information will I receive? What does it mean?

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. What does it mean? Attitude and Attainment grades • Attitude to Learning • Attainment level • Target level

  6. Mr Burton’s Attitude and Attainment grades

  7. Attitude to Learning A = Outstanding B = Good C = Satisfactory D = Unsatisfactory E = Poor “How hard your child is working”

  8. 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)

  9. Mr Burton’s Attitude and Attainment grades

  10. Mr Burton’s Attitude and Attainment grades

  11. Mr Burton’s Attitude and Attainment grades

  12. Mr Burton’s Attitude and Attainment grades

  13. What does it mean? Attitude and Attainment grades • Attitude to Learning • Attainment level • Target level

  14. 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

  15. 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

  16. Mr Burton’s Attitude and Attainment grades

  17. Mr Burton’s Attitude and Attainment grades

  18. 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)

  19. 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.

  20. 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

  21. 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

  22. Mr Burton’s Attitude and Attainment grades

  23. Mr Burton’s Attitude and Attainment grades

  24. Mr Burton’s Attitude and Attainment grades

  25. Mr Burton’s Attitude and Attainment grades

  26. Mr Burton’s Attitude and Attainment grades

  27. What does it mean? Attitude and Attainment grades • Attitude to Learning • Attainment level • Target level

  28. 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

  29. Expected Progress in English and Mathematics (Yr 7 – 11)

  30. Expected Progress in English and Mathematics (Yr 7 – 11)

  31. What information will I receive? What does it mean?

  32. What do the numbers mean? Gareth Burton Assistant Headteacher gb@chippingcampden.gloucs.sch.uk