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Interview tasks for a school data manager (secondary)

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Last updated on 8 November 2017
School types: All · School phases: Secondary
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What interview tasks could we use in recruiting a school data manager? Two of The Key's associate education experts suggest interview tasks for candidates for the role of school data manager. Tasks include using and interpreting GCSE performance data, and a spreadsheet exercise.

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  1. 1 Provide a breakdown of attainment across subjects in the school
  2. 2 Examine the attainment of different groups of pupils
  3. 3 Use school performance data to present to the leadership team
  4. 4 Identify whether sixth form students are making expected progress
  5. 5 Use Excel to re-present a dataset
  6. 6 Further possible data analysis tasks

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