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PIPS score, what is it?

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amidaiwish Thu 18-Jun-09 16:33:42

i was in DD1s class today filing work for the TA. anyway, DD1 (age 5) has a G&T lesson each week. in her folder was a note saying "DD1 236 vs 120 reception"
what does this mean??!

amidaiwish Thu 18-Jun-09 16:34:18

and something about k-drive?!

didn't get a chance to ask... now it's puzzling me

glinda Thu 18-Jun-09 16:35:21

Ask the teacher wink

amidaiwish Thu 18-Jun-09 16:38:04

won't get a chance til parents evening.

just curious...

seeker Thu 18-Jun-09 16:38:25

Ask the teacher!

amidaiwish Thu 18-Jun-09 16:39:10

ok can see where this thread is going.

seeker Thu 18-Jun-09 16:39:22

Yes you will. Grab her in the morning, or in the afternoon - you should ALWAYS be able to have a quick word with the teacher!

missmem Thu 18-Jun-09 18:45:23

Probably means her score v's class average. No idea actually!

surreylady Thu 18-Jun-09 18:56:27

PIPS - Perfomance indicator in Primary schools - information here:- ent
OUR DS school use these internally but focus on the QCA gradings for parent feedback - so I thinks of PIPS as the schools measure

scienceteacher Thu 18-Jun-09 19:35:23

We do Pips at school - once a term.

I haven't looked in depth at the feedback, but I know that the average is 50, and top scores are usually in the reagion of 70 - 80. I don't understand a score of 236 or even 120. I don't think these come from Pips.

There is no single number for Pips - they report several scores for each child.

amidaiwish Thu 18-Jun-09 19:58:36

oh ok, thanks anyway. i shall ignore it! maybe it was for something else and the PIP comment separate.

seeker Fri 19-Jun-09 08:33:51

Can I say again that if you only feel you can talk to the teacher at parent's evening there's something wrong somewhere. Reception teachers in particular should be grabbable in the morning or at home time.

amidaiwish Fri 19-Jun-09 19:01:53

yes i know, if it was important i would grab them, it is not a problem.
it was just a query, me being nosy, nothing that can't wait.

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