Pupils Who Make Slow Progress In English, Mathematics And Sc

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This DCSF report presents the issues arising from a small-scale investigation focusing on pupils who are at risk of not converting a Level 4 in English, mathematics or science at Key Stage 2 into a Level 5 at the end of Key Stage 3. This briefing outlines the report’s findings in relation to English, maths and science, and considers the classroom strategies that are identified as good practice. It also looks at the experiences and behaviour of pupils aged between 11 and 14 who ended Key Stage 2 doing well in English, maths and science, but whose progress slowed at Key Stage 3. Folder: Leadership Briefings Issue 2.09 (21)

DATE: 01/01/1970
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