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Assessment: Tools of the trade

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By Gerald Haighwriter, consultant, former headteacher and school governor

Discover the benefits of a child-tracking toolkit that supports both teachers and learners

Primary Progress Toolkit

Use the Primary Progress Toolkit to track the levels of your children


Read the tools that the Toolkit has, alongside our exclusive demo.

Colour coding

  1. Colour coding

The class’s Test levels, KS2 targets and Teacher Assessment Levels are recorded in the bottom half of the screen, while their Average Points Scores are calculated at the top. Colour coding shows whether the class is above, equal to or below the expected level according to the Standard Progress measure. Individual child progress is tracked in exactly the same way: standard Progress being calculated from each individual child’s KS1 APS.

Charting progress

  1. Charting progress

This graph shows an individual child’s progress between KS1 and KS2. Subject lines can be added or subtracted by clicking in the boxes next to the subject names.

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