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Pupil Assessment Tracker for KS3

Pupil Assessment Tracker for Key Stage 3

£25.00

Aimed at departments looking to accurately track and monitor progress of their students, this is an ideal tool for maintaining a record of all pupil attainment levels through years 7, 8 and 9.

Each year is averaged out to allow for reporting to pupils and parents with all key concepts and processes covered in line with the new curriculum. The tracker also provides a pupil progress summary throughout Key Stage 3.

Product Description

Aimed at departments looking to accurately track and monitor progress of their students, this is an ideal tool for maintaining a record of all pupil attainment levels through years 7, 8 and 9.

Each year is averaged out to allow for reporting to pupils and parents with all key concepts and processes covered in line with the new curriculum. The pupil assessment tracker also provides a pupil progress summary throughout Key Stage 3.

How does it work?

Tracking and Monitoring Pupils through Key Stage 3.

  • Data is inputted at an assessment level (e.g. 4B) for each assessment undertaken by each pupil.
  • This can be placed on your school server(s) to act as a central point of reference/input.
  • Data is continually built up throughout the key stage and once completed will provide a summary of progress and attainment.
  • It provides an excellent reporting and summary tool to inform pupils, parents and your school of achievement and value added.

About PE Resources Bank

PE Resources Bank

PE Resources Bank provides premium physical education resources for use by staff to deliver high quality lessons, supporting teaching and learning in physical education in the secondary sector. The majority of their customers are secondary schools, sports colleges and teacher training institutions.

PE Resources Bank has developed a fast-growing and successful service, committed to excellent levels of customer satisfaction. They aim to provide a high quality service, which makes a significant contribution to raising standards in physical education in the secondary sector.