Has anyone been through a Year 2 SATS moderation under the new ‘regime’? I’m talking the RIDICULOUS requirement to have each and every point evidenced three times in reading, writing and maths. This only came in last year, so I’m assuming that only a small percentage of Y2 teachers have been through it (but I’m hoping a few will be reading this, who can give me some advice / reassurance)!! I’m absolutely dreading it, as no matter how closely I’ve followed the ‘Interim Teacher Assessment Framework at the end of KS 1’ in my planning and teaching, I just can’t find enough evidence for each and every point and it’s really making me feel totally sick right now. It doesn’t help either that we are only going to be told the three target children for each subject the day before (although I can see why this is the case). I feel it’s a hopeless situation, I really do, as there's just no leeway with it at all. We’ve been told it’s no longer a ‘best fit’ scenario, but every single point has to be evidenced. This seems to me to be well nigh impossible, and I’m really worried what the outcome will be if a poor child is only ‘off’ by one tick, maybe two. Will I be hauled over the coals for wrongly assessing them? Since when did success mean achieving 100%, especially at 6 or 7 years old??!!? I was once moderated under the old ‘levels’ system and this was almost a ‘pleasure’. The moderator was kind and accommodating and agreed with everything I said, but this new system is, frankly, unworkable (and I have been teaching a LONG time, with plenty of assessment experience under my belt). Any help or advice would be very well received! THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!