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					      The Progression Guidance

The guidance has been developed by the
National Strategies and DCSF as part of
the commitment in the Children’s Plan
(2007) to provide better data for schools
on how well learners with SEN/LDD are
progressing.
   The Progression Guidance…..
• provides data to support schools, SIPs,
  and National Challenge Advisers in
  determining what is good progress for
  pupils with SEN/ LDD;

• supports schools in setting stretching
  targets to ensure high expectations of
  pupil progress.
    Who is the intended audience?



•   Teachers
•   Leadership teams
•   Governors
•   LA Officers, SIPs, NCAs
•   Ofsted inspection teams
       The guidance includes
• A set of key principles which underpin
  the use of data on the attainment and
  progress of learners with SEN/LDD.
• A wide range of historic National
  Curriculum attainment and progression
  data.
• An explanation of the different data
  sets and how to interpret them.
Booklet Content                   Section 3:
  Section 1:                      Introduction to the data sets within
  • General introduction          the guidance and how to use them
  • What’s in it                  3 Data sets:
  • Intended audience
  • How it can be used            Set 1= Matched National curriculum
                                  data for 2007
  • Related work
                                  Set 2= P scale collection analysis 2008

  Section 2:                      Set 3= Matched P scales data
                                  collection 2007
  The key principles
  • High expectations are key     Section 4:
    to securing good progress.
  • Accurate assessment is        Data sets appendices including:
     essential to securing and    Point scores and conversion tables
     measuring pupil progress.
  • Age and prior attainment      Matrices
    are the starting points for   Line graphs and tables
    developing expectations of
     pupil progress.              Bar charts and tables
     Progression Guidance Charts

The full data sets can be downloaded from
the National Strategies area of the
Standards Site:
www.standards.dcsf.gov.uk/nationalstrategies

Data Set 1     00646-2009DWO-EN-01
Data Set 2     00647-2009DWO-EN-01
Data Set 3     00648-2009DWO-EN-01
         P Scale Point score

This will enable teachers to differentiate
attainment within the P levels using a
nationally agreed numerical value.

In due course ,SEN/LDD data will be
included in RAISEonline.
                                          Introduction
               Resources
                                          and overview
                Section



                                                          Understanding
                                                          national & local
                                                                data
                            Electronic Module
                           The effective use of
  Informing                 data to support the
teaching and                   evaluation of
   learning                   progress and
                           outcomes for pupils
                           identified as having
                                 SEN/LDD
                                                           Evaluating
                                                             school
                                                          performance



                 Setting
                 targets                   Determining
                                          good progress
        Electronic CPD Module

The module is located on the National
Strategies website:


www.standards.dcsf.gov.uk/nationalstrategies
   /inclusion/specialeducationalneeds


REF: 00079-2009EPD-EN-01
              Target setting

Targets should be:

• based on age and prior attainment as the
  starting point – not category of need. ‘Labels’
  e.g. MLD, BESD, ASD, Down Syndrome should
  not be seen as barriers to achievement.

• based on the performance of the highest
  performing learners i.e. in the upper quartile.
        Accurate assessment
It is more challenging to make accurate
and reliable judgements for learners with
SEN/LDD, particularly at the lower P
levels.

QCA have updated their P Scale guidance
which now includes materials for English,
mathematics and science at P levels 1-3.
            Key messages
• When current data was analysed it
  supported the expectation that the
  majority of learners will make 2 levels
  of progress including those working at
  P levels.

• For children working below P3 2 sub
  levels constitutes 2 levels.

				
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