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Age related expectations-please help!!

Discussion in 'Primary' started by choccie77, Apr 30, 2009.

  1. Could anyone point me in the direction of a document that would tell me what each year group should be achieving in terms of level and sublevel, for maths and literacy, pretty please. I can't find anything on the new revamped Primary site. Thank you [​IMG]
     
  2. Could anyone point me in the direction of a document that would tell me what each year group should be achieving in terms of level and sublevel, for maths and literacy, pretty please. I can't find anything on the new revamped Primary site. Thank you [​IMG]
     
  3. tafkam

    tafkam Occasional commenter

    The only age-related expectationsin the NC were:
    Level 2 by the end of Y2
    Level 4 by the end of Y6
    Level 5/6 by the end of Y9
    http://www.dcsf.gov.uk/performancetables/primary_08/p6.shtml
     
  4. Year 1 - level 1b

    Year 2 - level 2b

    Year 3 - level 2a/3c

    Year 4 - level 3b

    Year 5 - level 3a/4c

    Year 6 - Level 4b
     
  5. These are the levels broken down per year group.
    <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" style="width:192pt;border-collapse:collapse;"><tr style="height:30.75pt;"><td class="xl63" style="background-color:transparent;width:48pt;height:30.75pt;border:windowtext 1pt solid;">Year Group</td><td class="xl64" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:windowtext 1pt solid;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">Autumn</td><td class="xl64" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:windowtext 1pt solid;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">Spring</td><td class="xl64" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:windowtext 1pt solid;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">Summer</td></tr><tr style="height:15.75pt;"><td class="xl65" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:windowtext 1pt solid;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;height:15.75pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">2</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">2c</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">2c/2b</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">2b</td></tr><tr style="height:15.75pt;"><td class="xl65" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:windowtext 1pt solid;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;height:15.75pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">3</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">2b/2a</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">2a</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">2a/3c</td></tr><tr style="height:15.75pt;"><td class="xl65" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:windowtext 1pt solid;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;height:15.75pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">4</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">3c</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">3c/3b</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">3b</td></tr><tr style="height:15.75pt;"><td class="xl65" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:windowtext 1pt solid;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;height:15.75pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">5</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">3b/3a</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">3a</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">3a/4c</td></tr><tr style="height:15.75pt;"><td class="xl65" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:windowtext 1pt solid;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;height:15.75pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">6</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">4c</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">4c/4b</td><td class="xl66" style="border-bottom:windowtext 1pt solid;border-left:#ece9d8;background-color:transparent;width:48pt;border-top:#ece9d8;border-right:windowtext 1pt solid;">4b</td></tr></table>
     
  6. tafkam

    tafkam Occasional commenter

    These are of course indicative markers put together by local authorities or school or some such like group. They are not 'official'
     
  7. And do remember that the DCSF level expectations were conceived as being for the *average* child in each year. Certainly many LA consultants know peddle L4 at KS2, for example, as the expectation for all.
    [therefore with normal distrubution, you could expect about 12.5% to be below and above that level]
     

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