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Monitoring progress without predicting progress 8

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Last updated on 6 December 2017
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How can we monitor progress without relying on progress 8 predictions? We look at why progress 8 predictions are inadvisable for students going through Key Stage 4 – and set out some alternatives ideas from one of our associate education experts.

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  1. 1 The difficulty of progress 8 predictions
  2. 2 Monitoring progress: alternative methods
  3. 3 Demonstrating progress: alternative methods
  4. 4 Support in raising achievement

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