Дата публикации: 2017-10-23 02:36
Despite the greatest squeeze of education funding in a quarter of a century we have improved the quality of teaching to such an extent that our results put us in the top 6% of schools in the East Midlands well above any school in the area.
In the current climate, where every grade in every subject for every student counts, it is VITAL to have grade boundaries. It is really unhelpful not to be able to tell students what grade they get in a mock examination. Edexcel collected data on their mock specimen papers, with a view to giving an idea of boundaries, then refused to do so - again most unhelpful. It is a mess with English and mathematics this year next year with all subjects going over to the ridiculous 9-6 scale it will be a complete car wreck.
We 8767 ve adapted the A*-G GCSE grades to the new 9-6 GCSE grades to help you understand how it converts. Please see the image below. (You can double click to enlarge the image.)
I would like to ask about the number of Maths and English teachers sitting these new exams along with this cohort with actual candidate numbers. Will their results be taken into the overall number of grades, thus making up a high proportion of the top grades? It seems tremendously unfair on the students to be competing for results against professionals.
My problem with this is that the Government, through Ofqual and the exam boards, will set the percentage that achieve a 5 or above. So how can schools really change that at the cohort level?
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This is an important argument - if pupils met criteria such as excellently detailed and focused ideas for example, they could still end up with a level 6 or 7 and that makes no sense. I have seen this happen already with controlled assessments and coursework at the bottom end, someone who is more than competent ends up with a 9 they can do nothing with!
This has nothing to do with luck or rising national pass rates. In fact pass results across the country fell by % this year, as a result of harder exams. This down to fabulous teaching and sheer hard work by students and all our staff.