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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.

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  • ssmyth 9.16 am, 30th June 2010

    Where are they?!

  • The National Strategies 10.50 am, 30th June 2010

    The 8 levels are available as PDF attachments - please look to the top right of the page where you should see an Attachments section.

    If you have any technical difficulties or further problems with the attachments, please also think about using our Feedback form or any of the Contact options. Feedback and Contact are available at the bottom of every page.

  • kettlebrook1 12.20 pm, 7th September 2010

    The PDF link just opens a title page and a back cover. Where are the contents????????

    • The National Strategies 2.29 pm, 7th September 2010

      Hello there,

      The attachments available from this page are single sheet PDFs. If you want to print the whole booklet in a single action, please go to:

      http://nationalstrategies.standards.dcsf.gov.uk/node/349559

      where you can find the Understanding Progress materials for both

      English (http://nationalstrategies.standards.dcsf.gov.uk/node/349599?uc=force_uj), and

      mathematics (http://nationalstrategies.standards.dcsf.gov.uk/node/349603?uc=force_uj).

      Does that answer your question?

      Thank you

  • Suzy Bell 12.18 pm, 28th October 2010

    I find this site very complicated to use. I am a teacher looking for level descriptors of some kind in order to plan ahead. What happened to level descriptors, are they different from app ?

    • The National Strategies 1.47 pm, 28th October 2010

      Hello Suzy,

      As I don't know how much time you have spent with the site or what your specific subject interest is, can I start by suggesting you start your journey from the main APP page at http://nationalstrategies.standards.dcsf.gov.uk/primary/assessment/assessingpupilsprogressapp

      You may also find it useful to refer to the QCDA site at http://curriculum.qcda.gov.uk/News-and-updates-listing/News/level-descriptions-ks3.aspx

      If you still can't find what you are looking for, please drop a note here or contact our customer services team at enquiries@nationalstrategies.co.uk

      Kind regards

  • barbaramolony 11.04 pm, 17th December 2010

    I also find this site impossible to navigate.... searching for things just doesn't work....

    Every time i look for something i end up on a different page, sometimes it's a better page, sometimes it's not what i need at all.... often switching from primary to secondary & back again....

    Very complicated

    At the moment I am looking for a page I found about 2 weeks ago which had a weighting for the different strands in mathematics, to assist with assessing students lervels.... I have no idea where it was, i stupidly didn't book mark it & now it is lost

    Can you help??

  • barbaramolony 11.04 pm, 17th December 2010

    I also find this site impossible to navigate.... searching for things just doesn't work....

    Every time i look for something i end up on a different page, sometimes it's a better page, sometimes it's not what i need at all.... often switching from primary to secondary & back again....

    Very complicated

    At the moment I am looking for a page I found about 2 weeks ago which had a weighting for the different strands in mathematics, to assist with assessing students lervels.... I have no idea where it was, i stupidly didn't book mark it & now it is lost

    Can you help??

  • barbaramolony 11.05 pm, 17th December 2010

    levels! ^

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