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- Achievement gap: definition
- Benchmarking progress in middle schools
- Closing the gap: identifying groups to track
- Contextual value added: calculation methodology (primary)
- Data publication dates and locations
- Demonstrating the progress of pupils with SEN who did not sit the SATs
- Developing a progress-tracking system: data collection and analysis
- Evaluating the role of data analysis in raising standards updated
- EYFS attainment and progress: analysis software
- Finding academies with a high percentage of pupils with SEN
- Key Stage 2 SATs: how do test scores relate to fine grades and levels? updated
- Measuring KS1-2 progress: can sub-levels be used?
- Prior attainment data: how to access it?
- Progress 8 measure: are any calculation tools available?
- PRUs: comparing national performance data
- Pupil premium: tracking pupil progress (primary)
- Pupil premium: using data to report on the impact on attainment
- Pupil premium: using the list of eligible pupils
- Setting end of key stage projections new
- Setting targets in English: KS2-KS4
- Setting whole-school targets without levels new
- Target setting: using data
- TIMSS: do schools have to take part? new
- Tracking progress in a subject in a single year (secondary)
- Tracking pupil progress using point scores: Key Stages 2 to 5
- Using data to support school improvement updated
- Using the DfE's EduBase data to compare schools
- Value added (VA) data: EYFS-KS1
- National expectations of performance
- National performance data: primary
- National performance data: secondary
- Performance tables and measures: primary
- Performance tables and measures: secondary
- RAISEonline and other performance data systems
- Reporting performance data
Pupil premium: using the list of eligible pupils
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