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Baseline assessment resources for provision maps

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by Monkette, Jun 14, 2011.

  1. Hi there,
    Wondering if anyone can help. I am taking over as SENCO in September and have to start putting together and thinking about the provision maps for then. We had a borough advisor in who said that we need to show the outcome and value added to each provision. We already use Salford reading tests to check reading ages, is there any other assessment materials that people would recommend for a baseline? Need something for speech, behaviour, spelling etc. Any help is greatly appreciated.
    Thanks,
    Kirsty
     
  2. takethatno1fan

    takethatno1fan New commenter

    Our LA recommend the WRAT4. But there are other assessment materials out there:
    Reading - York Assessment of Reading Comprehension (Early reading test - measures early reading skills, Passage Reading test - reading accuracy, rate, comprehension)
    Diagnostic spelling test
    Sandwell numeracy test (for KS1)
     
  3. Sorry to jump on your thread but...

    Pastychucker do you have a link for the Goodenough test? I have found a description of the test itself but not the marking scale.
     
  4. Strike that - used google this time and found it first time! :)
     

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