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Don’t Rush to Calculate Progress 8 and Other Results Day Bits

Don’t Rush to Calculate Progress 8 and Other Results Day Bits

There are now three results days in my calendar each year; arguably four but Key Stage 1 drifts in over a number of weeks rather than being a set day.  Starting in early July with Key Stage 2 with A-levels in mid-August followed a week later by GCSEs.  They have been a mixture of individual … Continue reading

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  • If you are interested in the thinking (thinking might be too strong a term for what I was actually doing) that brought me to explore this relationship you might want to look at a previous post, “Posts Move, Goals Don’t.” (more…)
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