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KS3 SATs analysis sheets

richarddrake 21 May 2009 20:51
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For those people doing the KS3 SATs and who have used the LancsNGFL analysis sheets in the past I have updated for the 2009 papers. They are on the documents tab of this page.

I think they are excellent - well worth doing the 0's and 1's. The last page is an excellent review page for the kids APP and AfL boxes ticked.
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mathsmate 01 June 2009 13:50
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Thanks Richard - these are so useful

It's a great way for pupils to get involved in their own learning whilst also being a good tool for strategic planning

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valg51 17 June 2009 20:00
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where exactly is this analysis.  Can't find it
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AndyH 17 June 2009 22:01
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There doesn't seem to be a document tab anymore! I also need to know where to find this. I agree great analysis.
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Colleen 17 June 2009 22:29 - Last edited by Colleen on 17 June 2009 22:31
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Oh yes there is! Not this page but the one before...

try here

...two tabs - one called Topics and one called Documents
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AndyH 19 June 2009 22:11
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Thanks Colleen that did the trick. The Google search got me straight to this page so I doidn't have 'the one before' but youyr link worked.
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thompsoniow 29 January 2017 17:02
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Hi Richard

I know this was a long time ago but I have been trying to work out how to add the input screen like you use on this spreadsheet (where it brings up a sheet to enter the data.) Is it something that you can simple explain how to do? If not could you point me to something on google that may help?

I look forward to hearing from you.

Sarah

 

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