Research and analysis

Assessment driving excellent progress in enterprise

This publication was withdrawn on 6 November 2015

This good practice example has been withdrawn because it no longer reflects guidance in the school inspection handbook.

Ofsted good practice example showing how Burgate School gets excellent progress in enterprise.

Documents

The Burgate School and Sixth Form College - Enterprise - good practice example.doc

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Detail

Students’ self-assessment, combined with effective systems which enable them to track their own progress, underpin their strong progress in enterprise at The Burgate School and Sixth Form Centre. Students track the development of their enterprise skills through a dedicated course at Key Stage 3, and set and review their targets for improvement. Their financial capability and economic awareness are further developed through explicit strands of the curriculum for personal, social, health and citizenship education (PSHE), and, at Key Stage 4, a personal economics course for all.