attainment target


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attainment target

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(Education) education Brit a general defined level of ability that a pupil is expected to achieve in every subject at each key stage in the National Curriculum. Abbreviation: AT
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The four-day residential programme was specifically designed to help engineering and design and technology students reach a higher attainment target of the National Curriculum.
Make sure that you know if the English level you receive is the average of their performance in oracy, reading and writing, or if it is for a specific attainment target such as reading.
COAG also agreed to bring forward its attainment target so that by 2015, 90% of 20-24-year-olds will have attained Year 12 or Certificate II or above.
It would be preferable to supplement the educational attainment target for 30- 34 year-olds with an enrolment target for 20-24 year-olds.
GCSEs and SATs were replaced at King Edward's Five Ways in Bartley Green with an altogether different attainment target.
Each subject has its own attainment target with levels of achievement identified.
AT 3 - Called 'Materials and their Properties', this attainment target covers chemical reactions, the properties and uses of materials, rocks and the weather.
Secondly, and more substantially, it is proposed that the revised Attainment Target of Making is to be given greater weight, and is to account for 60 per cent of the total marks for assessment purposes.
Reporting to parents and national data collection requirements should be aligned with current statutory arrangements at key stage two, by inclusion of attainment target level data for core subjects at the end of the key stage.
Core and foundation subjects, attainment targets, programmes of study and arrangements for assessing pupil's knowledge, skills and understanding were introduced The second aim was "to promote pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and prepare all pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life".
The pond has also been hailed as a way of ensuring children are able to achieve the attainment targets listed in the science curriculum.
The assessments provide a measurement of achievement against the precise attainment targets of the National Curriculum (Department for Education, 2008).