Tracking Grids for Key Objectives

Ramblings of a Teacher

After much discussion in the last week, particularly with experts in the data field, I have tried to adapt the Key Objective spreadsheets put together by Tim Clarke to allow:

  • one document to contain all the tracking for a single class for the core subjects
  • a quick summary of the numbers/percentage of students meeting the expected standard

So far I have put together documents for Years 1 to 6. Each spreadsheet contains a page for each of Reading, Writing, Maths and Science, with the objectives listed. By entering the names along the top row, teachers can then enter 1, 2 or 3 against each objective to indicate that students are working towards / meeting / exceeding that specific objective. These cells automatically change colour for quick visual representation.

y1spreadsheet

In addition, at the foot of the page, a simple summary indicates whether students are working towards, meeting or exceeding the expected level…

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