Keep getting miles out on the home owner thing - but I think I've realised why - it says "owned with a mortgage" - so presumably doesn't count those who have paid their mortgage off... RTQ...
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Just after a bit of advice. All students and all subjects at our school have been given 'flightpath' targets of expected progress. Some of these for geography are based on the big 3 subjects and not on anything geography related. Have any of you had to produce targets for students and expected progress in geography?? In my experience most of the progress levels wise takes place in year 8 and 9 and only some progress is made in year 9- all being exponential- I've started but if you have experience can you share
I have to produce a flightpath target for students looking something like this
Year 7 year 8 year 9 GCSE
5b 6a 7a A*
5c 6b 7b A
You really should not worry about this too much (I know that is hard):
Design your KS3 around a few things:
1. What geographies are important/engaging to your students?
2. What geographies best prepare them for GCSE study?
3. What do you and you colleagues think the students need to know about?
Do that, and your probably be following the NC, have engaged learners, good GCSE results happy SMT, staff and OFSTED.