Intelligent Target Setting and Effective IAG in Years 11 – 13
This half day event combines two key elements which significantly affect preparation and outcomes for post-16 – changing student support needs and establishing performance expectations . Reliable, realistic and justifiable target setting and effective student support are fundamental to success in sixth form. This session is designed to provide in-depth consideration of the target setting process and the relationship between student progress and support. It also considers the changing needs of student support during Years 11-13. Carefully considered guidance is even more important with the changing nature of post-16 education and has a direct impact on student performance and your outcomes.
- look in depth at how you can set appropriate, justifiable and challenging targets;
- active use of targets in tracking student understanding;
- resources to support student choice and setting targets;
- the changing nature of IAG from Y11 post-16 course selection to Y13 leavers;
- the importance of active support and monitoring of students
Intended Audience: Senior Managers with post-16 responsibility, Heads of Sixth Form, post-16 pastoral care managers, faculty and subject leaders
Target Setting – The session will explore a range of issues in setting targets:
- The Process;
- Accuracy and Reliability;
- Active use in monitoring.
IAG – Supporting the student through their post-16 years. Different emphasis is needed in each year, and this session explores the kind of support and advice needed from Year 11-13. It will involve you in considering the approach you use, how proactive your systems are and the relationship between IAG and monitoring.
Ian Dadswell – Lead, Headstart Reporting, Oxford Analytics. Ian has extensive experience in post-16 reporting and analysis. He is responsible for performance reporting and analysis with Oxford Analytics.
Louise Darby – Independent Adviser for schools. Louise has significant experience both working in schools and providing LA support for schools in Birmingham.
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