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Reporting on Early Years

Below is a list of Assessment Reports that work with the ScholarPack Summative Early Years Assessment System. Please click on the report name to find out more information.

 

Report Name  Attainment  Progress  By Student By Cohort Graphical
Checkpoint 17       
Checkpoints Aggregate  
Checkpoint Multi Subject 17   
ELG Transition Matrix      
EYFS All Data     
EYFS Gap Analysis      
EYFS Individual          
EYFS Prime Areas      
EYFS Specific Areas          
EYFS Statistical Overview          
EYFS Statistical Overview Groups          
EYFS Statistics          
EYO Transition Matrix          
Fine Tracker          
Phonics Tracking Matrix          
Predictions 17          
Progress and Attainment          
Progress Indicator          
Tracker          

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Checkpoint 17

The report displays each student's band and score at each checkpoint. You will be able to see the change in points between each checkpoint in addition to the overall progress made since the start of the year (using CP6 data from previous year as a potential baseline unless checkpoint BL is used in the current year).  

The report will then group these students in a summary table at the bottom of the report to show how each cohort (dynamic group - i.e FSM) is doing. The summary will show the change between each checkpoint for all groups in addition to the overall change.

You can also add additional static and dynamic groups which have been created through the Data Digger into the summary table.

Please note: The colour represents if the student was working at age related expectation at the chosen checkpoint; please use the scale to identify the colour each student has (the numbers in the scale at the top of the report represent how many stages they are behind or in front of age related expectation (Secure is at age related expectation).

As default, students are expected to make 1 point of progress between each checkpoint and 6 points across the year.

At the beginning of Reception students are expected to be working at 30-50 Secure (BL), at the end of Reception students are expected to be working at ELG2 (CP6). The difference in points is 6, please see below to see the expected band/score at each checkpoint.

Checkpoint Name

Band/Score

Aggregate Score

Baseline

30-50 Secure

13

Checkpoint 1

40-60 Emerging

14

Checkpoint 2

40-60 Emerging

14

Checkpoint 3

40-60 Developing

15

Checkpoint 4

40-60 Secure

16

Checkpoint 5

ELG1

17

Checkpoint 6

ELG2

18

The average points in the summary table are calculated by adding all the students' points then dividing this number by the amount of students who have data entered for that checkpoint.

The average points for a cohort's progress is shown in the change column and is calculated by using the points average for the previous checkpoint then subtracting the value from the current checkpoint's points average.

Please note: Students who did not have a band/score in the previous checkpoint will not be used in the calculation of the average progress results. Students will also not be calculated in the overall progress if no baseline data has been entered.

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Checkpoints Aggregate

This report will allow you to view aggregated attainment and progress across the 7 key areas and the GLD goals for the EYFS syllabus.

Simply choose the the year and area.

For each student it will aggregate their attainment and progress using data for each of the goals that make up a subject.  It will do this for each checkpoint.  If you are at checkpoint 1 and a baseline has been added then the progress will show from the baseline - if no baseline is present the report will use last year's checkpoint 6 as the starting point. 

The average points in the summary table are calculated by adding all the students' points (band/score) then dividing this number by the amount of students who have data entered for that checkpoint.

The average points for a cohort's progress is shown in the change column and is calculated by using the points average for the previous checkpoint then subtracting the value from the current checkpoint's points average.

Please note: Students who did not have a band/score in the previous checkpoint will not be used in the calculation of the average progress results. Students will also not be calculated in the overall progress if no baseline data has been entered.

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Checkpoint Multi Subject 17

This report allows you to analyse student and group attainment across multiple EYFS components.

Simply choose the components you would like to compare in the box to your left. To select all hold down shift and choose the first and last component.

The band/score will be reflected with a colour and will represent if the student is working at age related expectation at the time of your chosen checkpoint.

The change reflects the student's progress; a student is expected to make 1 Step progress at each checkpoint (6 Steps a year). If a student has made 1 Step progress or above then the colour will reflect green.

If you are at checkpoint 1 and a baseline has been added then the progress will show from the baseline - if no baseline is present the report will use last year's checkpoint 6 as the starting point.

The average points in the summary table are calculated by adding all the students' points (band/score) then dividing this number by the amount of students who have data entered for that checkpoint.

The average points for a cohort's progress is shown in the change column and is calculated by using the points average for the previous checkpoint then subtracting the value from the current checkpoint's points average.

Please note: Students who did not have a band/score in the previous checkpoint will not be used in the calculation of the average progress results. Students will also not be calculated in the overall progress if no baseline data has been entered.

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ELG Transition Matrix

The ELG Transition Matrix reflects the students' ELG progress every term (6 checkpoints not including baseline).

To access this report simply choose a Group (i.e. Year, Dynamic Group ) and ELG development area for the transition matrix to appear as below.

Students appear in either the ELG Emerging (ELG1), Expected (ELG2) or Exceeding (ELG3) column of the table for each checkpoint over the academic year, so at a glance you can see all children in each group and set provision as necessary. This report is a quick way to identify students that are falling behind, achieving ELG2 or working above the expected ELG.

Students' names will be highlighted in one of three colours representing whether the student is working at EmergingExpected or Exceeding

Information in the table reflects the ELG data that has been submitted into the summative assessment side of the EYFS mark book.

Checkpoint dates for early learning assessment are as follows:

Baseline: 01/09 - 14/09       Autumn1: 15/09 - 17/10       Autumn2: 18/10 - 17/12

Spring1: 18/12 - 17/02        Spring2: 18/02 - 17/04         Summer1: 18/04 - 17/06

Summer2: 18/06 - 17/07

A basic summary is produced at the bottom of the transition matrix providing statistical information on the number and percentage of predefined groups (e.g. boys, girls, pupil premium). 

To report on specific groups within the matrix, use the Data Digger in Reporting>Reports>Data Digger to create dynamic and static groups which can then be used in the Group dropdown of this report. 

The information can be exported by choosing either the Word, Excel or PDF icons in the top right hand side of the screen and can be displayed as portrait or landscape.

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EYFS All Data

This report summarises the students' current position in each age band within the specific and prime areas of the early year assessments (17 areas in total)

The areas are broken down into 7 columns. 

Early Years Outcomes - 0 - 11 / 8 - 20 / 16-26 / 22-36 / 30-50 / 40-60 (months).

Early Learning Goals – EL

 

Each stage within an age band has a corresponding colour and a value as set out below:

EYO:                Emerging will show red with a value of 1

                        Developing will show yellow with a value of 2

                        Secure will show green with a value of 3

ELG:                Emerging will show red with a value of 1

                        Expected will show yellow with a value of 2

                        Exceeding will show green with a value of 3

To create your report, simply choose a group (i.e. year, dynamic group). You may also narrow your selection by selecting class and/or set.

You also have the option to accumulate the scores for age bands of 22-36 to 40-60 months by selecting the 'Toggle Cumulative Score'. 

To report on specific groups, use the Data Digger in Reporting>Reports>Data Digger to create dynamic and static groups which can then be used in the group dropdown of this report.

Date range

To reflect the most up to date marks, ensure that the end date is set to the end of the checkpoint or even academic year, for example, if you have put data into CP5 and you run the report mid checkpoint, the CP5 marks will only show if the end date is set to the end of that checkpoint, in this case 17/06 NOT the date that you are running the report on.

If you would like to see a group's previous positions within the school, adjust the date range to a previous date or back to the start of the academic year and set the end date to the end of the required checkpoint.

Checkpoint dates for early learning are as follows:

Baseline: 01/09 - 14/09       Autumn1: 15/09 - 17/10       Autumn2: 18/10 - 17/12

Spring1: 18/12 - 17/02        Spring2: 18/02 - 17/04         Summer1: 18/04 - 17/06

Summer2: 18/06 - 17/07

Once you have chosen your group and date range a table will appear displaying the selected students. The table will reflect by number and colour in which bands the student has emerged, developed and secured for each of the 17 areas. 

Once the report is displayed you are able to choose the Toggle Ethnicities link on the top right of the filters to choose to show specific ethnicity groups only on the report. You are able to make multiple selections by clicking onto the first selected ethnic group and then holding down the CTRL key to click and make more selections. Again, select ‘Choose’ to display your selection.

By clicking onto a child’s name, you are taken straight to the assessment area of their personal profile page.

A basic summary is produced at the bottom of the transition matrix providing statistical information on the number and percentage of predefined groups (e.g. boys, girls, pupil premium).

The information can be exported by choosing either the Word, Excel or PDF icons in the top right hand side of the screen and can be displayed as portrait or landscape.

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EYFS Gap Analysis

This will show in a tabular format the average points progress by cohort between 2 chosen checkpoints.  It will display the progress made by those within the group and the average made by those outside the group.

For example for the year selected, the girls have made between the Baseline and CP1 an average of 0.58 points progress while the boys have made on average 0.97. This gives a gap between  those within the group and those outside the group of  0.39 (0.97-0.58).

The ethnicities listed are those found within the group selected and again show the difference between those from within the ethnic group and those not.

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EYFS Tracker

This report will display the number and percentage of students who are working at Emerging, Developing, Secure and Exceeding against age related expectation based on the checkpoint you have chosen and by how many aggregate points.

The report shows in a tabular format the distribution of students by Early Learning Outcome. They will be placed as above or below age expected progress (Secure) and by how many steps.  It will show for each number of steps the students in each category at the checkpoint selected as well as the percentage represented.  You have the option to hide the students' names if you wish to anonymise the report (Toggle Names) or view  the data by ethnicity (Toggle Ethnicity) 

The Step against the student's name reflects the Step that they have achieved at the checkpoint selected.

At the bottom of each column you will see the total raw and percentage number of students at that step. The percentage is worked out based on the number of students in the chosen cohort.

You can multiple select from the 17 areas.

 

The table at the bottom shows age related expectation for EYFS at each checkpoint and shows the aggregate point score next to each age band.

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EYFS Individual

This report creates individual EYO and ELG progress reports to show from baseline to the current checkpoint how pupils have performed over the year.

This individual report is an excellent visual way to display that in some cases attainment expectations and progress can be drastically different.

To create your report simply choose the academic reporting year and group that the required student is in (i.e. year, dynamic group). You may also narrow your selection by selecting class and/or set and have the option to include or exclude former students. Once you have made you filter choices a new ‘student’ drop down box will appear from where you need to choose the required child.

A report will be produced as above displaying the 17 prime and specific areas of development on the left hand side, and against each area, the mark awarded for each checkpoint to date.

All EYO and ELG stages have an aggregate score assigned to show progress. Please see the attached link for our assessment scoring system, showing age related progress expectations.

Link   Assessment Scoring System

The checkpoint data is colour coded to show how the individual is performing against national age related expectations. The colour chart along the bottom of the table shows that if a child is at the age expected level within a certain checkpoint that mark will be displayed green – the more steps above the age related expectation, the darker the green. Likewise, if a pupil is falling behind national age related expectations for that time of the academic year, the shade will go to light green, through to oranges, pink and red to show how far behind they are at that checkpoint.

          

As well as showing the checkpoint data, the report has nested between each checkpoint a ‘change’ column. This calculates the change in aggregate score from the last checkpoint to show points progress made. The colour coding in this area assumes that a child will make 1 point/step progress each checkpoint, therefore will display green if 1 step has been made, darker green for more and lighter green to pink for less steps.

If data has not been entered into every checkpoint the report will forward fill from the last known checkpoint.

There is an overall change column on the left hand side of the checkpoints to show the total points progress change across the year.

Above the table on the left hand side, the child’s current overall attendance figure is displayed, a good way to check attendance against progress.

The information can be exported by choosing the yellow download arrow icon on the top right hand side of the screen. Choose either the Word, Excel or PDF icons and from portrait or landscape.

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EYFS Prime Areas

This report summarises the students' current position in each age band within the prime areas of the early years assessments, ‘Communication and Language, Physical Development and Personal, Social and Emotional Development'.

The areas are broken down into 6 columns.

Early Years Outcomes – 8-20, 16-26 / 22-36 / 30-50 / 40-60 (months).

Early Learning Goals – EL

Each stage within an age band has a corresponding colour and a value as set out below:

EYO:                Emerging will show red with a value of 1

                        Developing will show yellow with a value of 2

                        Secure will show green with a value of 3

ELG:                Emerging will show red with a value of 1

                        Expected will show yellow with a value of 2

                        Exceeding will show green with a value of 3

To create your report, simply choose a group (i.e. year, dynamic group). You may also narrow your selection by selecting class and/or set.

To report on specific groups, for example free school meals, autumn born etc. use the Data Digger in Reporting>Reports>Data Digger to create dynamic and static groups which can then be used in the Group dropdown of this report.

Date range

To reflect the most up to date marks, ensure that the end date is set to the end of the checkpoint or even academic year, for example, if you have put data into CP5 and you run the report mid checkpoint, the CP5 marks will only show if the end date is set to the end of that checkpoint, in this case 17/06 NOT the date that you are running the report on.

If you would like to see a group's previous positions within the school, adjust the date range to a previous date or back to the start of the academic year and set the end date to the end of the required checkpoint.

Checkpoint dates for early learning assessments are as follows:

Baseline: 01/09 - 14/09       Autumn1: 15/09 - 17/10       Autumn2: 18/10 - 17/12

Spring1: 18/12 - 17/02        Spring2: 18/02 - 17/04         Summer1: 18/04 - 17/06

Summer2: 18/06 - 17/07

Once you have chosen your group and date range a table will appear displaying the selected students. The table will reflect by number and colour which bands the student has emerged, developed and secured in for each of the prime areas.

 

The table also displays individual attendance to date figures and any aspects assigned to the pupil e.g. pupil premium, gifted and talented.

 

Once the report is displayed you are able to choose the Toggle Ethnicities link on the top right of the filters to choose to show specific ethnicity groups only on the report. You are able to make multiple selections by clicking onto the first required ethnic group and then holding down the CTRL key to click and make more selections. Again, select ‘Choose’ to display your selection.

By clicking onto a child’s name, you are taken straight to the assessment area of their personal profile page.

A basic summary is produced at the bottom of the transition matrix providing statistical information on the number and percentage of predefined groups (e.g. boys, girls, pupil premium).

The information can be exported by choosing either the Word, Excel or PDF icons in the top right hand side of the screen and can be displayed as portrait or landscape.

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EYFS Specific Areas

This report summarises the student's current position in each age band within the specific areas of the early year assessments, ‘Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the World and Expressive arts and design’.

The areas are broken down into 6 columns.

Early Years Outcomes – 8-20, 16-26 / 22-36 / 30-50 / 40-60 (months).

Early Learning Goals – EL

Each stage within an age band has a corresponding colour and a value as set out below:

EYO:                Emerging will show red with a value of 1

                        Developing will show yellow with a value of 2

                        Secure will show green with a value of 3

ELG:                Emerging will show red with a value of 1

                        Expected will show yellow with a value of 2

                        Exceeding will show green with a value of 3

To create your report, simply choose a group (i.e. year, dynamic group). You may also narrow your selection by selecting class and/or set.

To report on specific groups, for example free school meals, autumn born etc., use the Data Digger in Reporting>Reports>Data Digger to create dynamic and static groups which can then be used in the Group dropdown of this report.

Date range

To reflect the most up to date marks, ensure that the end date is set to the end of the checkpoint or even academic year, for example, if you have put data into CP5 and you run the report, the CP5 marks will only show if the end date is set to the end of that checkpoint, in this case 17/06 NOT the date that you are running the report on.

If you would like to see a group's previous positions within the school, adjust the date range to a previous date or back to the start of the academic year and set the end date to the end of the required checkpoint.

Checkpoint dates for the early learning stage are as follows:

Baseline: 01/09 - 14/09       Autumn1: 15/09 - 17/10       Autumn2: 18/10 - 17/12

Spring1: 18/12 - 17/02        Spring2: 18/02 - 17/04         Summer1: 18/04 - 17/06

Summer2: 18/06 - 17/07

Once you have chosen your group and date range a table will appear displaying the selected students. The table will reflect by number and colour which bands the student has emerged, developed and secured in for each of the specific areas.

The table also displays individual attendance to date figures and any aspects assigned to the pupil e.g. pupil premium, gifted and talented.

Once the report is displayed you are able to choose the Toggle Ethnicities link on the top right of the filters to chose to show specific ethnicity groups only on the report. You are able to make multiple selections by clicking onto the first required ethnic group and then holding down the CTRL key to click and make more selections. Again, select ‘Choose’ to display your selection.

By clicking onto a child’s name, you are taken straight to the assessment area of their personal profile page.

A basic summary is produced at the bottom of the transition matrix providing statistical information on the number and percentage of predefined groups (e.g. boys, girls, pupil premium).

 

The information can be exported by choosing either the Word, Excel or PDF icons in the top right hand side of the screen and can be displayed as portrait or landscape.

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EYFS Statistics Report

 

This report shows as standard the percentage of students that are emerging, developing and secure in each age band across all of the 17 EYFS components at a chosen checkpoint.

Filters

There are a number of ways to change the data that is displayed in this report beyond the standard filter set.

Limit to Assessed Students

When checked, the report will calculate the total from students who have marks, rather than the total of all students in the cohort. This will affect how the percentage is calculated.

Show Subjects Not Components

If this option is checked then the top table will show the 'Subjects' (e.g. Communication and Language), and not the 'Components' of those subjects (e.g. Listening and Attention).

Show All Areas

This will show all subjects or components.

Show Prime Areas Only

This will show only the prime areas, which are:

Prime Subjects Prime Components
Communication and Language 
Listening and Attention 
Understanding 
Speaking 
Physical Development 
Moving and Handling 
Health and Self-Care 
Personal, Social and Emotional Development 
Self-confidence and Self-awareness 
Managing Feelings and Behaviour 
Making Relationships 

 

Show Specific Areas Only

This will show only the specific areas, which are:

Specific Subjects Specific Components
Literacy 
Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Numbers 
Shape, Space and Measure 
Understanding the World
People and Communities 
The World 
Technology 
Expressive Arts and Design
Exploring and Using Media and Materials
Being Imaginative 

 

Show GLD Areas Only

This will show only the GLD areas, which are:

GLD Subjects GLD Components
Communication and Language 
Listening and Attention 
Understanding 
Speaking 
Physical Development 
Moving and Handling 
Health and Self-Care 
Personal, Social and Emotional Development 
Self-confidence and Self-awareness 
Managing Feelings and Behaviour 
Making Relationships 
Literacy 
Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Numbers 
Shape, Space and Measure 

 

In addition, with ‘Show GLD Areas Only’ chosen there is a special column on the lower table that gives the percentage of those who are meeting GLD expectations at the chosen checkpoint. Students are only included in the GLD percentage if they are on track in all 12 of the GLD components. The expectation for each checkpoint is displayed at the top of the report.

 

The Report

The report is divided in to two tables.

The top table shows the percentage of students that are emerging, developing and secure in each age band across the chosen subjects/components.

The bottom table shows the percentage of students that are emerging, developing and secure at each age band by cohort (e.g. SEN or Pupil Premium).

 

To determine where a student falls, the average score for each student is taken for each component they have a mark in. Take for example the prime areas for ‘Student X’, who is in reception (Year 0) at CP1.

 

Component Band Score
LAA 30-50E 11
UND 30-50D 12
SPE 30-50D 12
MAH 40-60D 15
HAC 40-60D 15
SCA 40-60E 14
MFB 30-50S 13
MRE 40-60E 14
  30-50S Rounded average = 13

 

This student would form part of the percentage for the ‘All’ row and 30-50S column in the bottom table.

Please see the attached link for our assessment scoring system, showing age related progress expectations.

Link   Assessment Scoring System

To display which students are in each cell, click into the cell and it will bring up a box with a list of those students.

Please be aware that if the student is missing marks for some of the components, then the ‘By Cohorts’ table will not show accurate data. For the report to work accurately each student should have data in all of the components/subjects analysed.

The percentages in the bottom table are determined by the average of the scores for every component per student, not every subject per student. Choosing the ‘Show Subjects not Components’ only affects the top table, not the bottom.

The data can be exported by clicking onto the Word, Excel or PDF icons on the top right hand side of the screen.

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EYO Transition Matrix

The EYO Transition Matrix reflects the students' progress every term (6 checkpoints not including baseline) against each age band.

This report reflects the data that has been submitted into the summative assessment side of the EYFS mark book.  

To access this report simply choose a group (set is an option) and one of the development areas and your results will appear as follows:

On the left hand side of the table the 6 checkpoints are displayed from baseline at the bottom to checkpoint 6 at the top. The column next to the corresponding checkpoints shows the numbers 1, 2 and 3. These refer to each EYO stage in each age band, 1 emerging, 2 developing and 3 secure and also the ELG stages, 1 emerging, 2 expected and 3 exceeding.

Next to these are the age band columns and lastly the ELG area.

The children will appear at each checkpoint within the cell reflecting the stage that they are assessed at for that point in time, underneath the age band or ELG and against the 1, 2 or 3 marker.

 

You can view individual student progress over the academic year by clicking on their name on the matrix, which will filter out the other students.

Student’s names will be highlighted in one of three colours representing whether the student is working; belowat or above age related expectations.

i.e. If the student's age in months falls within the range of the band into which they have been entered (at the time in which the marks are entered into ScholarPack), their name will appear in amber. 

If their age at that time is below the range of their age band, they will appear in green. If it is above the range of the band (at the time the judgment is entered) it will appear in red.

You are also able to remove student’s names from the report to show only a percentage of pupils at each point within a checkpoint. For this action, choose the ‘Remove students’ tab from the top left of the table.

Checkpoint dates:

Baseline: 01/09 - 14/09       Autumn1: 15/09 - 17/10       Autumn2: 18/10 - 17/12

Spring1: 18/12 - 17/02      Spring2: 18/02 - 17/04       Summer1: 18/04 - 17/06

Summer2: 18/06 – 17/07

A basic summary table is produced at the bottom of the transition matrix providing statistical information on the number and percentage of predefined groups,(e.g. boys, girls, pupil premium).

The data can be exported by clicking onto the Word, Excel or PDF icons on the top right hand side of the screen.

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Phonics Tracking Matrix 

The report will generate a table that shows the students phase positions throughout the academic year (historical data will show as well). 

The report will reflect what phase they achieved at each term in the year.

To access this report please go to Reporting > Assessments > Early Years > Phonics Tracker

Baseline: Within the first 2 weeks in September.
Autumn 1: Between 15 September -31 October.
Autumn 2: Between 01 November - 31 December.
Spring 1: 01 January-28 February.
Spring 2: 01 March - 30 April.
Summer 1: 01 May - 15 June.
Summer 2: 16 June - 31 July.

To see an individual students progress, click on their name and all the other names will be hidden. To reshow, click again on the name. 

Please note this is not where you record your Statutory Phonics Results, this is done through the Statutory Assessment module.

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Predictions 17

This report will take the pupil's current attainment and based on the amount of steps expected per year, will predict their attainment until the end of KS2.  

For an overview of the filters on this report please see the new filters area.

The report will display the name, age in months, aspects and current year of the chosen children.  

A row at the bottom of the table will show predicted averages for the cohort for the end of each year.

Further information regarding age related progress can be found via the following link:

Assessment Scoring System

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Progress and Attainment

This report has 2 parts.  For the selected year group and checkpoints to measure progress it will show the average attainment for the shown cohorts and progress from the baseline for each of the 17 early learning goals. Please be aware that as progress is measured from baseline, if you choose baseline before running the report only the attainment table will be shown.

For an overview of the filters on this report please see the new filters area.

Attainment:

 

Progress:

The report is colour coded to reflect where students are in terms of both progress and attainment at a given time set against age related expectation.

The progress table will only use students in the average progress calculations if they have data at the chosen checkpoint and baseline.

Progress is based on baseline from the current academic year. If you have not entered this you can do so in Admin > Students > EYFS Assessment Checkpoints.

 

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Progress Indicator

This report allows you to view graphically the progress a student has made between 2 selected checkpoints.  It will show the total steps progress made for each of the 17 early learning areas.  

 

By clicking on the student's name, you will get a breakdown of the progress made in each area.

Each stage within an age band has a value as set out below:

EYO:     1 point = Emerging       2 points = Developing       3 points = Secure

ELG:     1 point = Emerging       2 points = Expected         3 points = Exceeding

Example

A student has a starting score of 30-50 secure at baseline in Listening and Attention – since then the student has achieved ELG1, meaning that the student has made a total of 7 points progress.

Please see calculation below: 

Starting Value = 30-50 Secure 

40-60 Emerging                     (worth 1 point)         = 1 point

40-60 Developing     +          (worth 2 points)       = 3 points

40-60 Secure              +          (worth 3 points         = 6 points

ELG1                            +          (worth 1 point)         = 7 points total progress

The total progress points are accumulated across all of the 17 areas and then totalled to show the overall progress made.

Please note – this report will only work if the student has a starting value (two sets of data at different times to compare)

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EYFS Statistical Overview

This report shows where the students (as a percentage for each group) are positioned at a selected checkpoint in the school in comparison to age related expectations across all early learning goals.  The data can be viewed as either a percentage of a cohort or a number by clicking the 'Toggle Values' and the information can be exported as either a Word, Excel or PDF document.  

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EYFS Statistical Overview Groups 

This report shows where the students (as a percentage for each group) are positioned at a selected checkpoint in their year group in comparison to age related expectations across all early learning goals.  The data can be viewed as either a percentage of a cohort or a number by clicking the 'Toggle Values' and the information can be exported as either a Word, Excel or PDF document.  

 

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EYFS Tracker Simple

This report shows allows you to track students’ progress based upon the subject(s) (early learning goal), year and checkpoint you have chosen. This is done by grouping students in to four areas – emerging, developing, secure and exceeding. Which column a student falls in is based upon age related expectations (Please see Assessment Scoring System). 

Working at

Score

Emerging

Score <= to -6

Developing

Score between -5 and -2

Secure

Score between -1 and 0

Exceeding

Score >= +1

For an overview of the filters on this report please see the new filters area

If you are using the ‘Secure Only’ feature then this report will not include -1 secure as secure.

 

Please note that you can configure the above option under Admin -> Config -> New Assessment Config.

 

To anonymise the report click ‘Toggle Names’ and the report will display the students’ student ids instead of their names.

The Step against the student's name reflects the Step that they have achieved at the checkpoint selected.

At the bottom of each column you will see the total raw and percentage number of students at that step. The percentage is worked out based on the number of students in the chosen cohort.

You can multiple select from the 17 areas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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