How to link data and teaching strategies to ensure learner progress
The latest version of Ofsted’s School Inspection Handbook demands an intense focus on the use of data to track progress, improve the quality of teaching and learning and maximise its impact on learner progress. However, the non-linear nature of pupil progress makes it difficult to track and to produce the expected achievement. So what can we do to ensure that pupils make progress and that we can evidence that progress clearly?
For teachers, this means rigorous analysis of data, planning for progress to happen, quick identification of underachievement and careful monitoring of individuals to make sure they’re on track. Outstanding Pupil Progress is a complete training resource that explains the links between effective data tracking and planning in teaching for progression, enabling teachers to link data to teaching strategies that ensure progression for every pupil.