GCSE Design Technology Flight Path Tracking

Really useful flight path which i use in booklets to help students map out ideally where they should be working at throughout each progress update or data capture and through each year from 7 to 11. Students can see visually whether they are below their expected target or above throughout the year.

They can either start off with their start point and map out the way forward, i find this particular method works best for new year 7’s mainly as most will have never done technology at primary school, so we complete a baseline test upon entry. From this baseline test we will grade them either base developing, securing or enhancing. We can then work forward from there using the year 7 tracker.

Year 8 onwards will be given their school targets based on the previous years data, we can then work backwards to see where they should be aiming for per data capture. I’ve attached an example as an image.

Can complete a new tracker at the start of each new rotation if you have separate booklets or if you use single booklets complete after a single data capture. The one i have uploaded works on a 4 progress update / data capture cycle per year.

Hope it helps

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