Could you not document the verbal assessments through video/ photography/ or by writing notes on what has taken place? Much feedback <u>should</u> be ongoing and verbal - in my opinion, purely written assessment would be rather dry, less effective and very time-consuming. Do students ever write targets after being given the verbal feedback? The assignment will want you to look at various AfL strategies being used - peer, self and teacher assessment. If you definitely need paper-based evidence how about producing a 'star, star, wish' sheet where students evaluate their own or others' work, providing 2 positives and one area for improvement. There are lots of other possibilities like this.... Just remember that assessment is not all teacher-based.