Earlier this week I was asked by a school if SIMS could create a transition matrices to show expected progress between KS2 and KS4. A lot of secondary schools have asked about this, which is also referred to as ‘three levels progress’. Here’s the video demonstration I created:
1. The final tracking grid created in the demo can be refined by adding colours (red for pupils not making expectations, green for pupil who are exceeding expectations). Tracking grids can also show ‘summary columns’ giving the percentage of pupils above, on and below expectations.
2. Tracking grids are easily amended to show the more challenging ‘four levels of progress’.
3. The group filter on the grid allows schools to analyse their FSM, pupil premium, SEN pupils etc.
SO helpful thank you!!
I am interested in thsi but unfortunately I cannot see the video (filters). Any chance of screen shots and an explanation?
I will try!
I was so pleased to find instructions for this. I hope I have followed them correctly. Although I have checked all the aspects, I can only get the message “No results can be found to match these grid settings” Any ideas?
It sounds like either the ks2 aspect and result set isn’t returning any data or the ks4 aspect and resultset aren’t returning any data. I recommend going back to the marksheet where you input the data and double checking the aspect and result set name. Hope this helps!
MA KS2 Sub Level with no result set and exMa with Result set Spring Y11 – both have data in the marksheets associated and nothing in the progress grid. The vagaries of SIMS! Thanks for replying.