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The comparison of pupils' attainment and progress with the expectations and estimates that we have for them and with external benchmarks is an important element of the school evaluation process.
Describes the concept of confidence in analysing pupil performance.
Statistics and analysis from Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT) results, which measures verbal, non-verbal and quantitative skills. CAT scores are used for monitoring trends in the abilities of the intake, identifying individual pupil's cognitive strengths and weaknesses, identifying SEN, the more able/gifted and underachieving pupils or groups, informing target setting and assessing value added.
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