I have just input all my baseline data ahead of this weeks' deadline. I am, at the same time, completing my Best Fit data, which will then have to be uploaded onto Pupil Asset. Didn't realise this would be so much work and, obviously, all done during my weekends. We have a thought-provoking final moderation one evening this week - it'll take HOURS. I feel the poor lambs in my class have been neglected whilst I observe and assess instead of chat and play - EExBA-R is definitely the most classroom/teacher/child friendly - but it's been a struggle and I feel very tired! Thank goodness for my resoundingly fabulous teaching assistant! Now that this is all drawing to a close, I can finally get on with my job. Is anyone else concerned that it feels as though data on EExBA-R is not correlating tidily with best fit data (assessed against Development Matters)? Particularly for Shape Space Measure - getting all Yes scores for any one section is meant to mean children are working at ELG level but I have plenty of children who got all 4 ticks in SSM but are nowhere near the ELG. How are other EExBA-R teachers doing out there?