This neat, compact, and visually-engaging data analysis template is an invaluable tool for school leaders, teaching and learning leaders, curriculum leaders, or any other school-based staff responsible for the inputting and analysis of pupil progress data.
All that the resource requires is for users to input raw pupil progress data, and it will automatically calculate percentages, and create colourful pie-charts to provide detailed yet easily-readable headline figures. Each excel sheet has been designed to fit onto one A4 page, for easy reading, and this includes space for users to input analysis of the data and plot interventions.
5 sheets have been pre-populated with example data, but the user can create as many extra sheets as they want by simply right-clicking the tabs, selecting 'move or copy', and then ticking the 'create copy' box. The sheets that are created will contain all of the same formulas and pie-charts, to enable you to create page after page of detailed progress analysis!
All of the columns and row names in the tables can be edited to suit the language used by your school, but please avoid altering the percentages rows, as you may lose the formulas.
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A document used by teachers and senior leaders to analyse pupil progress and identify target children and actions. This is used in conjunction with latest and historic data on the class.Teachers complete Q1-4 prior to the Pupil Progress Meeting. Q5 is answered together during the meeting with the actions a major part of the discussion. @primaryeducate
Use this 'our school' display in an assembly and it can then be put up in the hall, around school to remind children of what our school stands for.
Tip: get children to guess first then they have a sense of ownership for each letter word
PLEASE NOTE: A new updated 2016 version of this resource is now available. Spreadsheets have been updated as have all objectives. New overview sheet allows you to see pupils' achievements in individual strands. Tracking sheets have been improved to make tracking more efficient. End of term/year reports have been added. Check out my shop - by clicking on my username - to find this new must have resource.
Assessment spreadsheets and tracking resources I've created using a 7-point system. Enter numbers 1-7 (which is explained in the introduction) into spreadsheet for learning objectives which will then calculate averages and a progress 'level' for the accompanying tracking sheets. The newly added overview sheet is a great addition which gives you an instant understanding of the current level of your children in maths, reading, writing and science. Who needs classroom monitor and the ongoing cost? This system, plus my foundation subjects tracking system (see link below), will be all your school needs for tracking progress in this 'interesting' era of assessment without levels. Please, leave feedback for this amazing resource!
NOW ADDED: Foundation Subject Assessment and Tracking without Levels:
ALSO ADDED: Year 1, Year 2 , Year 3 , Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 Math Assessments and Tracking Without Levels OR why not buy the KS1 Bundle, the KS2 Bundle or the complete Primary Bundle at a discounted price? Check out my shop for these great resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/mrajlong
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY FOR FREE - Year 6 Autumn Term Assessment with mark scheme, spreadsheet and tracking sheets, Follow this link: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/year-6-maths-assessment-autumn-term-and-tracking-without-levels-11168803
Has that pile of books been sitting on your desk for over a week? Why not print out some stickers and get sticking! I use a range of stickers to encourage student feedback. It's an excellent way to save some time but also encourage a dialogue. Credit to A. Wilkes for inspiration. You will require various label size papers but there are some standard envelope ones. Sticker sizes include: standard address label, 25x25, 64x64 and others. Comments are appreciated. This paper can be purchased online and put into any printer. Comments are appreciated. Images are taken from Microsoft Office Clip-Art collections and used in line with MS policy.
ne powerpoint and three worksheets (quiz, information and self evaluation task) with activities relating to getting KS4 and KS5 students to think about time management, this lesson can be delivered in a tutorial before making a revision timetable.
This grid has automatic calculations that allows teachers to easily enter controlled assessment breakdown marks as well as UMS points for listening and reading, resulting in a predicted number of UMS points and a GCSE grade.
Applicable to the former AQA GCSE Specification.
Adaptable to EdExcel.