AMT & ART: pupil reporting

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    Pupil progress report 

    This report compares the performance of an individual pupil across a number of tests (up to a maximum of 6). Use for: 

    • Tracking progress, term-by-term
    • Looking for patterns of strengths and weakness
    • Demonstrating the impact of interventions
    • Parents’ evening reporting

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    The first page features a graph showing the pupil’s performance across a series of tests.  These are shown as their Age standardised score for each test with a second bar chart to summarise their performance in each strand by percentage.   The table shows the pupil’s performance across up to 6 tests against the new curriculum.

    The summary data shows: 

    • The date the test was taken
    • The pupil’s age at the time of the test
    • The pupil’s raw score
    • National Average Standardised Score
    • The pupil’s standardised score
    • The pupil’s Age standardised score
    • Percentile
    • Reading or Maths Age

    Individual pupil report

    This report shows the performance of an individual pupil on their most recently taken test. Use for:  

    • Analysis of specific areas of strengths and weakness, by national curriculum strand
    • Fine monitoring of predicted progress over the coming year
    • Parents’ evening reporting

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    The first page features an overall performance graph showing the Age Standardised Score on the test, allowing a quick visual representation of how the pupil is performing against the national average for his or her year group. The summary data shows: 

    • The date the test was taken
    • The pupil’s age at the time of the test
    • Raw score
    • The average score of the standardisation cohort for the gender of the child
    • Standardised score
    • Age-standardised score
    • Age-standardised Percentile
    • Reading/Mathematics age

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    The second section shows the pupil’s performance by strand. The summary data shows: 

    • The date the test was taken
    • The pupil’s raw score by strand out of maximum number of marks

     

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