Target Setting

“All who have accomplished great things have had a great aim, have fixed their gaze on a goal which was high, one which sometimes seemed impossible”.

Orison Swett Marde

For full details of the target setting process at Teddington School van be found here – Teddington School Target Setting Booklet 2018-19.  However, in summary:

In Key Stage 3 all students have a minimum expected band which a student’s aim is to exceed, and their progress is routinely tracked against this for each subject.  Further details as to the assessment system and monitoring of students can be found in the ‘Assessment in KS3’ section of this website.

In Key Stages 4 all students have both a minimum expected grade and aspirational target for each subject, which they are routinely monitored against throughout their chosen courses.  The aspirations are discussed and negotiated with teachers in order to establish what the student truly has the potential to achieve.

In Key Stage 5 all students have subject specific targets which they are tracked and monitored against throughout the 2 year course.

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