On Track to Achieve MEG?

For each subject, your child's teacher has also indicated whether their assessed work shows that they are "on course" to achieve their MEG (whether their level of work is where it needs to be at this point in time in order to later on achieve their MEG). Students who are "not on course" or who are "ahead" are either producing work to a lower or higher standard than this.

 

“Ahead” means a student is ahead of their age-related expectations for an assessment.

“On” means a student is on course to achieve their MEG.

“NOT” is short for Not On Track to achieve the MEG.

"CLOSE" means the student is close to achieving MEG

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