We have been hard at work, creating a new Transition QLA pack for secondary schools.

We would like your feedback on a few pages in our new analysis for each class. Specifically, we would like to know whether the following three pages would be useful for Year 7 classroom teachers to have to aid transition.

The data is taken from pupils’ Year 6 SATs, and the analysis focuses on an individual class’ results.

Class Strengths and Challenges

This first page is from our Reading report. It shows the strengths and weaknesses for all pupils, boys and girls, and how it compares with the Entire Year and the National averages. In this example, it shows that girls did particularly well in “Meaning of words in context”, and both genders did not do as well in “Identify details”.

Please click on the graphic to enlarge it (it opens in a new tab), and please let us know what you think of it below. (Please click on each “Vote” button after voting.)

How useful would this page be for a Year 7 English Classroom teacher?
How easy is it to interpret this page?

Questions most above/below National

This second page is from our Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling report. It shows the top 10 questions which are most above or below the National average, so you can see the types of questions that your pupils found difficult or easier than average. It compares your class results against the entire Year 7, and against National.

How useful would this page be for a Year 7 English Classroom teacher?
How easy is it to interpret this page?

Pupil Profile

Our third page is taken from our Pupil Profile. It shows for Christopher his strengths and challenges. Of the major topics (the ones with the most marks available in the SATs, highlighted in purple), Christopher was 5% above the National average in Spelling and “Verb forms, tenses and consistency”, and 12% below in Punctuation.

It also shows a summary for Reading, Maths and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling.

How useful would this page be for a Year 7 English Classroom teacher?
How easy is it to interpret this page?
Do you think that all of these characteristics, such as Date of Birth, should be included on this page? (You can vote for multiple options.)

Thank you very much for your votes. If you have any additional comments, please let us know below.

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