Achievement Analysis - whole school KS4
The Achievement Analysis service helps you both in-year and after final results to maximise achievement.
Using FFT estimates, your knowledge of your vulnerable groups and your teacher predictions (or final results) we produce a comprehensive but simple report, with full information about ...
- % of pupils gaining at least 5 A*-C including English & Maths
- Average point score capped at best 8 GCSEs (will be Attainment 8 & Progress 8 when they are finalised)
- % of pupils (from each KS2 level) making expected and better than expected levels of progress in English & Maths in both tabular and transition table formats
- % of pupils gaining the English Baccalaureate
All of these are broken down by vulnerable groups and show how many more pupils in each group must gain the indicator to hit the FFT-D estimate.
There are also interactive graphics to explore the % gaining 5A*-C including English & Maths, the capped points score and the achievement of the English Bacc.
Achievement Analysis - at subject level in KS4
An integral part of the Achievement Analysis is the report on every GCSE subject. In a simple report, you have FFT-A, FFT-B and FFT-D estimates for all key subject indicators ...
- % of pupils gaining A*-C, broken down by vulnerable groups.
- % of pupils gaining A*-A, broken down by vulnerable groups.
- Average point score, broken down by vulnerable groups.
- Performance of each teaching group on the above indicators.
- For English & Maths, RaiseOnline transition table showing 3+ and 4+ levels of progress for KS2 levels & KS2 sublevels in English & Maths as well as a summary in tabular format broken down by vulnerable groups.
Each indicator has its own page and for each vulnerable group you can see how many more pupils would have to have gained the indicator to hit the FFT-D estimate.
There are also interactive graphics to explore the % gaining each grade, the progress of vulnerable groups and (for English & Maths) the achievement of 3+ or 4+ levels of progress. Just choose a subject from the second drop-down box at the top left or watch the video here