Target setting - Key Stage 1School target setting series Key Stage 1 - August 2018 FFT Education Ltd 2017
ContentsIntroduction to the Key Stage 1 school target setting dashboards within FFT AspireThe following help files provide an overview of the Key Stage 1 target setting dashboard reports currently available within FFT Aspire (August 2018).Key Stage 1OverviewPupil groupsPupilsSubjectsSubject dashboardSubject dashboardSubject dashboardPupil dashboard
target setting self-evaluation student explorercollaborateSubject dashboard: OverviewWhat does the report show?The report provides FFT benchmarking information for KS1 subjects using the new assessment framework. Estimates are provided at FFT’s three benchmarks progress points: AverageHighand Very high.,Year groupsSelect other year groups to viewtheir benchmark estimates.NavigationThree reports make up the KS1 subjectdashboard. Click on a tab name to change report.Cohort summaryA summary of the cohort’s contextinformation. The figures update when filtersare applied.SubjectsFFT benchmarks at each level of challenge (Average,High, Very High) are listed for each indicator - for eachsubject. Two indicators are displayed on the report.Own past progressCurrently blank. Once more cohorts have received teacher assessments under the newframework, estimates will be provided in the own past progress column based on theschool’s own previous performance each subject.FiltersRecalculate the whole report for specific groupsof pupils. The selected group names will appearat the top of the report in a grey bar, and thecohort summary figures will reflect the selections.School targetsA comparison of the percentage chanceof your students achieving the targets setby the school compared to the cohort’sFFT50, 20 or 5 benchmark estimates.“% pupils with target” refers to thepercentage of pupils in the cohort withprior attainment who have targets in the“Pupils” dashboard.ChartClick on a column header to turn it blue and view the estimates for the column in the chart.
target setting self-evaluation student explorercollaborateSubject dashboard: Pupil groupsWhat does the report show?The interactive reports provide estimates of future end of Key Stage 1 subject performance for key pupil groups.NavigationClick on the tabs to move to the Overview orPupils report.Cohort summaryProfile of the cohort including average EYFSoutcomes, % FSM6 and attendance in thecurrent key stage.Year groupsSelect other year groups to viewtheir benchmark estimates.SubjectsClick to change toanother subject andview estimates.BenchmarksChartChances of each group attaining the subject indicatorbased on each of FFT’s levels of challenge: Average,High and Very high. The ‘Own past progress’ columnwill be populated once more cohorts have completedthe new KS1 assessment framework.Pupil groupsPupil groups are based on either contextual information from the school census, or pupils’ prior attainment. Prior attainmentgroupings indicate the number of pupils within each third of the national picture, when they received their FSP assessments:Highest top third of pupils nationally, Middle middle third, Lower bottom third.Select the level of challenge to display FFTbenchmarks for each group. Pupil groupsare ranked from high to low by their FFTbenchmarks (blue bars).
target setting self-evaluation student explorer collaborateSubject dashboard: PupilsWhat does the report show?The interactive reports provide pupil estimates for end of KS1 subject performance. Exploring pupil benchmarks is thestarting point for discussions regarding expectations, aspirations and targets for individuals.Challenge sliderMove the Challenge slider to explorechallenging and realistic pupil benchmarks.Year groupsSelect other year groups to viewtheir benchmark estimates.Change subjectClick to choose other subjects(reading, writing or maths).Pupil group filters menuFilter for pupil groups Filterselections appear in a grey filterbar.Search boxEnter a pupil’s name to find themwithin the cohort.Context tokensQuickly identify Pupil Premium(FSM6), EAL and SEN pupils.Save targetsSave or cancel changes. To undoan individual target, click on theundo button.NotesRecord textual informationregarding the pupil within theindividual subject.AlertsQuickly identify pupils who mayrequire further support to reachtheir aspirational targets.Early Years ResultsAverage Early Learning Goaloutcomes (0-3) for Language,Literacy, Maths and Personal &Social areas. H top third of FSPpupils nationally, M middle third,& L Lowest third.Target reviewedA tick indicates a manually enteredtarget or an accepted prepopulated target.FFT benchmarks (FFT Bands W, N & A)Based on the level of challenge selected, the benchmark rangesdisplay the chances (as percentages) of attaining each FFT benchmarkband. The band in the grey circle represents the FFT benchmarkband; this is where there is a 50% chance of attaining the band or ahigher band. The chances of attaining a whole band above or beloware also indicated.Entering targetsEnter the agreed target, and the chances of attaining the target basedon benchmarks will be displayed.Target setting processFFT do not set targets; schools and teachers set targets. Benchmark ranges simply inform discussions and must be professionally moderated to becomepredictions, with challenge added to arrive at pupil targets.Use the reports ALONGSIDE other data, your own professional judgement and knowledge of the pupil, AND THE ASPIRATIONS ANDMOTIVATIONS OF YOUNG PEOPLE THEMSELVES.
target setting self-evaluation student explorer collaboratePupil dashboard: SubjectsContext tokensQuickly identify Pupil Premium(FSM6), EAL and SEN pupils.Early Years ResultsAverage Early Learning Goaloutcomes (0-3) for Language,Literacy, Maths and Personal &Social areas.AlertsQuickly identify pupils who mayrequire further support to reachtheir aspirational targets.Pupil scrollNavigate through each pupil withinthe group.NotesRecord textual information aboutthe pupil within the subject.Targets set countHow many targets have been set/reviewed for the pupilPupil group filters menuFilter pupils by groups or change yeargroup. Filter selections appear in agrey filter bar.Search boxEnter a pupil’s name to find them.Entering targetsTargets cannot be entered throughthe Pupil dashboard. Enter targetsthrough the Subject dashboard.Target reviewedA tick indicates a manually enteredtarget or an accepted prepopulated target.FFT benchmarks bandsFFT Aspire provides three benchmarking challenge levels - average progress (50th percentile),high progress (20th percentile) and very high progress (5th percentile). The benchmarks arebased on the progress made by similar pupils nationally between EYFS and KS1 last year. TheFFT model uses prior attainment, gender and month of birth as a starting point for pupils toproduce the benchmarking ranges.The outcome in the grey circle represents the FFT benchmark. The end of the grey bar represents the50th percentile in the student’s range of chances: the 50th percentile is the benchmark. The chancesof attaining a higher whole grade and risk of attaining a lower whole grade are also displayed. Whereschool FFT Administrators have selected default levels of challenge for each subject and year group,the benchmark ranges display the chances (as percentages) of attaining each benchmark band basedon the selected defaults. Otherwise, the chances are based on the FFT50 level of challenge.Target bandsTargets for pupils cannot be entered through this report screen, they are entered through thePupils area of the Subject Dashboard. Targets are entered as an FFT Band (W, N or A). Once a targetis entered the chances of attaining the target based on the level of challenge is displayed in the‘How likely’ column.
an individual target, click on the undo button. Target reviewed A tick indicates a manually entered target or an accepted pre-populated target. Change subject Click to choose other subjects (reading, writing or maths). FFT benchmarks (FFT Bands W, N & A) Based
Therefore, target 1 has three target drops, i.e., target 1-A-1, target 1-B-1 and target 1-C-2. In this manner we can enumerate all possible target drops from target information. From source and target information we can set all possible assignments, and each of them is composed of a source and sequence of target drops, called a target drop set .
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