levels in primary school

levels in primary school

Levels in primary school
Information about primary school progress measures
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Although it is really important that your child has a good rest over the summer so they are ready to come back in September refreshed, it is useful to spend a little bit of time each week practising reading skills and promoting a love of reading. This will really help them to be ready for when we return.
St Anne’s Book Bands and expectations 2020

Alongside the introduction of a national curriculum in September 2014, the government abolished attainment levels as the main assessment measure in primary schools. Schools have been encouraged to be creative in devising their own assessment procedures.
The curriculum must include an assessment system which enables schools to check what pupils have learnt and whether they are on track to meet expectations at the end of the key stage, and to report regularly to parents.

References:

http://www.stannesprimaryschool.org.uk/book-banding-and-reading-levels/
http://deal-parochial.kent.sch.uk/parents/assessment-without-levels/
http://ncca.ie/en/primary/reporting-and-transfer/education-passport

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