Question from Twitter @Sue_Cowley

(13 Posts)
mrz Mon 23-Sep-13 19:12:09

I've been asked to post this as Sue Cowley isn't a member

The DfE won't ask, but I will. Parents: do you want yr child to be given a decile rating age 11? 5 replies so far, none in favou

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mrz Mon 23-Sep-13 19:30:05

"To show parents how their child’s attainment compares with other pupils in their cohort, we propose to report each pupil’s ranking in the national cohort by decile (i.e. 10% of the cohort). This will show each pupil’s performance relative to their peers nationally. "

https://www.education.gov.uk/consultations/index.cfm?action=conSection&consultationId=1920&dId=1300&sId=8727

Lomaamina Tue 24-Sep-13 16:58:19

I would have liked this. Good to see where you are.

jennycoast Tue 24-Sep-13 17:01:28

I don't think I'd want that till about Y9, when it is of value in terms of taking options. Prior to that, madness lies. It would for me anyway.

RussiansOnTheSpree Tue 24-Sep-13 17:33:13

Yes, I'm fine with that.

RussiansOnTheSpree Tue 24-Sep-13 17:35:10

Sorry - explanation - my DD2 (only child younger than 11) has had extensive evaluation due to SEN. We therefore have quite detailed information about her various different types of IQ etc. It would be very useful indeed to see if her attainment is what it should be given her ability - and if it isn't then we will be able to demand more support for her SEN issues (though I bet it won't be forthcoming).

Slipshodsibyl Tue 24-Sep-13 20:41:39

No. I think it is likely to limit achievement. Is it to be based on iq or achievement? What about skills which cannot be measured?

No, I wouldn't find it helpful. To be honest, I know whereabouts they all are anyway in relation to their age cohort.

jokebook Wed 25-Sep-13 09:39:13

no problem with it

TheBuskersDog Thu 26-Sep-13 20:34:14

Would this be based on SATs results?

LibraryBook Fri 27-Sep-13 10:37:47

Yes!

LibraryBook Fri 27-Sep-13 10:38:33

Yes, I would like a decile rating.

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