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APP maths questions linked to assessment grids

Discussion in 'Primary' started by mattpenn, Dec 2, 2011.

  1. Does anyone know of a resource whereby maths assessment questions are directly linked to bullets on the APP grids?
    We are currently doing both APP and QCA tests 3 times a year, but surely it would be much better (assuming that we are not getting rid of testing) to make the tests we do actually feed into our APP assessments as well?
    I could do it myself, I know - but no little task - I'm after a set of questions linked to levels 2-6(ish) that directly link with the grids. ie: A question on fractions would link to the bullet point on finding halves and quarters in level 3, for instance. (I hade that up - it's probably wrong!)
    Thanks in advance.

  2. nick909

    nick909 Star commenter

    Have a look at the AFL questions suggested on the numeracy framework. They might make a good starting point.
  3. There is a resource called 'What I can do in Mathematics' produced on national strategies website but still available if you search on google - there is one for each level with matched questions.
  4. I was going to suggest Levelopaedia as well. Not sure if it is the same with all counties but South Glos has put questions from different sources into it so it's really useful, gives lots of ideas.
  5. I found this whilst hunting around the net:

    The markscheme doesn't explicitly state which APP bullet matches to which question but as soon as you look at the APP grid it's clear. My school also uses this, which I have found to be very helpful:

  6. jwraft

    jwraft New commenter

    A company called topical resources do a set year 1 to 6. Bought them for my school a couple of months ago and very well used. http://www.topical-resources.co.uk/

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