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Expected attainment levels at the end of year 3, 4 and 5

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Wonderwoman1, May 27, 2010.

  1. Wonderwoman1

    Wonderwoman1 New commenter

    What are the expected attainment levels for a child in English and Maths at the end of year 3, 4 and 5?
     
  2. Wonderwoman1

    Wonderwoman1 New commenter

    What are the expected attainment levels for a child in English and Maths at the end of year 3, 4 and 5?
     
  3. Year 2 - 2.5
    Year 4 - 3.5
    Year 6 - 4.5
    So year 3 - 2.8 / 3.2 and year 5 - 3.8 / 4.2
     
  4. I was always told that every two years the children should make a whole level.
    Year 2 - 2B
    Year 3 - 3C
    Year 4- 3B
    Year 5- 4C
    Year 6- 4B
    Or something along those lines anyway. For definite Year 5 should be 3A/4C as an average, but it all depends on what the children started as in Reception, then Year 2. We look at value added rather than levels. As a junior school, whatever they came in at the start of Year 3, they should be 2 full levels higher by the time they leave in Year 6.
    Sorry, I'm rambling, its been a long day!
     
  5. Year 4 is defintely 3b. I've seen both 2a and 3c for Year 3 and both 3a and 4c for Year 5.
    Idea is they should be 2b at the end of Year 2 and hit 4b at the end of Year 6. As others have said, whatever their level, you expect them to progress a whole level every two years.
     
  6. Wonderwoman1

    Wonderwoman1 New commenter

    Thank you everyone for this information.
     

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