Pupil progress meetings (PPM) guidance
The Pupil Progress Meeting (PPM) guidance for mathematics consists of two documents.
An information leaflet ‘Maximising the Potential of PPMs for Subject Leaders’ outlines a number of crucial aspects to ensure this activity is as effective as possible. The document can be used to help leaders evaluate current processes and improve specific focuses so that maximum impact is gained from PPMs through appropriate preparation and discussion. It is provided as in word format so schools can edit to create their own PPM document.
The second document is a recording proforma which can also be edited.
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