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Pupil tracking and target setting
English subject version of Tracking for success, a guide to help school leaders develop and refine whole-school pupil tracking procedures to ensure that pupils progress is systematically monitored and reviewed and that findings are acted upon. The guide includes: Underlying principles and ways of tracking pupils' progress; Responsibilities of senior leaders, middle leaders and teachers; and Guidance on curricular target setting. (1699-2005DOC-EN)
Guidance on Key Stage 3 English secondary intervention training modules, setting out the benefits of using progression maps. This module is one of nine English training modules designed to support work on intervention.
This module, taken from Ensuring the attainment of more advanced learners of English as an additional language (EAL) (Ref: 00045-2009FLR-EN), provides guidance for EMA coordinators in developing a strategic approach to EAL support.
Introduction to the Aiming High: Raising the achievement of minority ethnic pupils national strategy. The strategy includes: mainstreaming initiatives and targeted support focusing on developing strong leadership in schools; high-quality teaching and learning; high expectations to succeed in pupils and teachers; Intolerance of racism; and working with parents and the wider community.
Providing teachers and teaching assistants with a valuable and stimulating resource of practical ideas to motivate and engage their pupils.
Materials to support schools who may be working with newly arrived isolated learners of English as an additional language in settings which may have little or no access to expert Ethnic Minority Achievement support.
This guide helps school leaders to develop and refine their whole-school pupil tracking procedures to ensure that pupils progress is systematically monitored and reviewed and findings acted upon, thus raising standards. Please note, this item is orderable in multiples of five. Ordering this item once will result in five copies of the guidance being delivered. Ref: 1545-2005FLR-EN Publication date: May 2005
Outline of the materials and strategies available to support school improvement, with details of the elements that make up the Intensifying Support Programme.
Section outlining three key planning activities for speaking and listening.
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.
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