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Setting year 11 targets
Setting year 11 targets has become tricky due to GCSE reforms and the removal of levels. Four of our experts explain how you can set targets by establishing baselines and using KS2 and KS4 data. You can also see how a school has approached target setting.
- Establishing baselines
- No set formula for triangulating data
- Using KS2 SATs results
- Case study
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