2019 early transfer form (primary-secondary) version 2
15 Jul 2019
Version 2.0 of your 2019 early transfer form (ETF) spreadsheet is now available to high schools on your EGFL school page under reports.
Your ETF cohort has been updated to include all those who have accepted a place or are holding an offer to your school on 12 July 2019. The admission status column will help you identify any children with a status of “place offered” who have not currently accepted or declined their place. From the ETF spreadsheet, you can print an individual ETF data sheet for each student, which can be used in your discussions with primary schools.
Students from Ealing primary schools
The file includes core contextual information for every Y6 student in an Ealing primary school taken from the spring school census (green columns), together with details of other agency involvement / additional support (yellow columns). Other agency involvement / additional support data is now being sourced internally where available rather than directly from primary schools.
Students from out borough primary schools
Colleagues in the Hounslow and Hammersmith & Fulham and bi-borough data teams have provided us with contextual data from the school census for students in their primary schools who are transferring to an Ealing high school, so this is also included, but please note that other agency involvement columns will only be populated for anyone engaging in an Ealing service. Children transferring from primary schools in other borough's are also included on the spreadsheet but only with the data held on the admissions database.
Key stage 2 teacher assessments and test results
This second version of your ETF contains KS2 teacher assessments and test outcomes for all in and out borough children for whom we are able to match data on NCA tools.
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