In Primary Schools, leaders need to know how many students are achieving ‘expected outcomes’ in maths, reading and writing. Also, class teachers may want to know which students are in danger of ‘not achieving’.
It highlights the key accountability measures for Primary, using standardised assessments, as until the KS2 results are analysed, there is no way of knowing exactly how many pupils are ‘achieving’
- the percentage of pupils achieving the ‘expected standard’ in reading, writing and mathematics at the end of KS2
- the percentage of pupils reaching a ‘higher standard’, (Exceeding), in reading, writing and mathematics
- the average progress of pupils in reading, writing and mathematics
- the percentage of pupils achieving in all three subjects.
It will highlight key intervention pupils for each subject at each assessment point, so class teachers and leaders can quickly put appropriate intervention strategies in place.
Here is an example version, a help guide and a video explaining how to use it.