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Analysing pupil progress: questions to ask
Rigorously analysing pupil progress to hold senior leaders to account is a key responsibility for governing boards. Download our list of questions to ask senior leaders to help you feel confident in scrutinising your school's pupil progress data.
- Downloadable list of questions
- What data should you have access to?
- Different ways to monitor progress
Downloadable list of questions
The document includes what you might expect in a response.
What data should you have access to?
Your board must have access to objective, high quality and timely data to be able to know the questions it needs to ask senior leaders about pupil progress.
Find out more about what data sources you can use and how to interrogate data in another article.
Different ways to monitor progress
Find out more about the different ways you can monitor progress with advice from one of our governance experts in another article.
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