Secondary school accountability – England

[See also:

Secondary school performance tables in England: 2016 to 2017, 

GCSE and equivalent results: 2016 to 2017 (provisional)A level and other 16 to 18 results: 2016 to 2017 (provisional),

and School inspection update: academic year 2017 to 2018 (September 2017).]

DfE – Key stage 4 qualifications, discount codes and point scores (updated 25 January 2018).

DfE – 16 to 19 qualifications, discount codes and point scores.

DfE – Ready reckoners for key stage 4: 2017.

DfE – School performance: 2017 point scores for 16 to 18 qualifications.

DfE – School and college performance tables 2017: statements of intent.

DfE – Progress 8 accountability measure: schools’ responses.

DfE – Progress 8 and Attainment 8: information for schools about the Progress 8 and Attainment 8 school performance measures including coasting schools definition (updated 16 November 2017) including calculating the EBacc average point score measure from 2018 (page 30).

DfE – 2019 performance tables: technical and vocational qualifications.

Ofqual – Timings for the withdrawal of legacy GCSEs, AS and A levels.

Education datalab – Provisional KS4 data 2017: Raising the floor.

Education datalab – Provisional KS4 data 2017: Has your Progress 8 score improved?

DfE – List of schools that have opted in early to the Progress 8 measure, a new secondary school accountability system (August 2015).

Education datalab – Opting into 2015 Progress 8 would have been an easier route to avoid floor standards for many secondary schools.

DfE – What the EBacc performance measure is, and the criteria qualifications must meet to count towards it.  See also DfE – Progress 8 and Attainment 8: information for schools about the Progress 8 and Attainment 8 school performance measures including coasting schools definition (updated 16 November 2017) including calculating the EBacc average point score measure from 2018 (page 30).

TES News – Headteachers have accused the government of “plunging schools into disruption and uncertainty” by “shifting the goalposts” on GCSE reforms.

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