I don;t know if this is a good idea or not but am thinking that perhaps each bullet point could be linked to one or more units from the National Strategies... For example, "recognise simple equivalence between fractions, decimals and percentages eg 1/2, 1/3, 1/4" - Well we know this comes into block E1, so wouldn't it be helpful to have a list of every "bullet point" for each level and a link to the unit its in?? I am an NQT I admit, but I know there are people struggling out there with APP, especially in maths. I'm at the stage now when every time I open my APP folder I want to cry. Just a lot of random ticks and dates from last year. I look at point 1 on level 3 (I teach Y4) "Understand place value in numbers up to 1000", just where am I supposed to get this evidence from? Our school says it must be "concrete in their minds, so using their books doesn't count as it's supported learning". I just don't know where to start time after time. Therefore every time I "do" maths APP I do it in a different way, using different methods, creating a very inaccurate teacher assessment. Then I sit there and ask myself questions like "Well there wasn't a question on applying written methods in that end of unit test so how am I supposed to get the evidence for it?" Even though I know they know it as I am their teacher. End of rant! I seem to have got distracted a bit! Sorry, there is a serious question at the top there about bullet points and units, anyone done it or is it a silly idea? Any suggestions welcome! I will accept "go to bed and forget about the stupid thing!"