GCSE exams are sat by a mixed ability of pupils. Teachers have the challenge of increasing attainment for all pupils to progress each student through exams so they are best placed for the next stages of their life.

Often when department heads arrive at a new school they are tasked with raising attainment for pupils. Success can be achieved through a range of methods. With belief, relentlessness and the correct systems in place attainment can be raised for all pupils. 

This blog post will take a look at measures you can implement in order to raise attainment for pupils and help them through their GCSEs.

What is attainment?

 

5 tips for raising attainment

https://www.sec-ed.co.uk/best-practice/five-tips-for-middle-leaders-trying-to-raise-attainment

https://www.headteacher-update.com/best-practice-article/three-steps-to-boosting-attainment-and-progress/66996/

https://www.teachertoolkit.co.uk/2017/08/16/attainment/#:~:text=%205%20Strategies%20For%20Raising%20Attainment%20%201,ones%2C%20are%20fully%20engaged%20in%20the…%20More%20

How EDClass can help with raising attainment

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