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  • Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP): Assessment guidelines

    Links to the assessment grids containing APP guidelines for speaking and listening, reading, writing, mathematics and science. The assessment sheets support assessment against national curriculum levels in Key Stage 1 and 2. Reading, writing, mathematics and science assessment criteria for levels 1 to 2, 2 to 3, 3 to 4, and 4 to 5 (and 5 to 6 in science) are available, as well as assessment grids containing guidelines for all levels from 1 to 8. Speaking and listening assessment criteria is available for levels 1 to 3, 2 to 4, 3 to 5 and 4 to 6.

  • Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP) in the primary phase

    Overview of the APP materials, including a video on school leader's views. Also links to: What is APP?; What are assessment focuses (AFs)?; Planning to use APP; Making APP judgements; Links between APP; the Primary Framework and the National Curriculum; Assessment guidelines; Making judgments; How to secure APP judgements.

  • Guidance for School Improvement Partners: Supporting and challenging improvement in AfL with APP

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    This document will help School Improvement Partners (SIPs) by summarising key information and guidance relating to developing Assessment for Learning (AfL) with Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP) in the context of implementing the AfL Strategy. Ref: 00965-2009PDF-EN-01 Publication date: November 2009

  • Year 5 Narrative Unit 2 – Traditional stories, fables, myths, legends

    Overview of the teaching sequence for this unit, including a short summary of each phase, an overview of the main activities, and a list of correlations to the 1998 Framework objectives. The unit includes the legend of Robin Hood, with accompanying electronic sound and visual resources.

  • Single level sheets: English levels 1 to 8

    The Understanding progress materials have been developed to support primary and secondary school teachers' conversations with parents and pupils about pupils' progress through the National Curriculum levels.

  • Understanding progress: Engaging parents and pupils

    The Understanding progress materials have been developed to support primary and secondary school teachers' conversations with parents and pupils about pupils' progress through the National Curriculum levels.

  • Single level sheets: mathematics levels 1 to 8

    The Understanding progress materials have been developed to support primary and secondary school teachers' conversations with parents and pupils about pupils' progress through the National Curriculum levels.

  • Leading and managing Assessing Pupils’ Progress (APP): Introduction

    These materials are intended for use by those leading the introduction and implementation of APP in primary schools. It brings together existing and new resources to support school leaders to embed the process of APP in the school improvement cycle.

  • How to secure APP judgements

    Overview of the Assessing Pupil's Progress methodology. Describes In-school standardisation and moderation and introduces a video of APP pilot school leaders and teachers talking through their experience.

  • Making judgements in APP

    Description and diagram of the process to follow for making judgements in assessing pupils' progress: Collect together work and notes, identify level borderline, look through the work for each assessment focus, consider which level offers the best fit, and make overall level judgement. The page links to specific AT guidance for reading, writing, mathematics and science.

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