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PMLD assessment and planning

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by RamC, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. RamC

    RamC New commenter

    Hello! I have got myself an exciting new job and have the summer to prepare. I will have a class of 7 key stage 3 /4 pupils, all with PMLD and complex needs. The school is Ofstead 'satisfactory' and has been struggling to show evidence of assessment and progression within their planning. I'm not sure of my pupil's P levels yet, but was wondering if anyone had some tried examples of how to use AFL for PMLD students, or of some excellent planning/ assessment formats? many thanks.
     
  2. RamC

    RamC New commenter

    Hello! I have got myself an exciting new job and have the summer to prepare. I will have a class of 7 key stage 3 /4 pupils, all with PMLD and complex needs. The school is Ofstead 'satisfactory' and has been struggling to show evidence of assessment and progression within their planning. I'm not sure of my pupil's P levels yet, but was wondering if anyone had some tried examples of how to use AFL for PMLD students, or of some excellent planning/ assessment formats? many thanks.
     

  3. Hi
    Congratulations on your new role.
    Try the following:
    The Children's Trust Tadworth - have done a great deal of research in this key specialist area and have designed and sell a PMLD curriculum for £280.
    www.pmldnetwork.org
    Best of luck
    Jacquie Thompson
     
  4. dzil

    dzil Occasional commenter

    Have you looked at Welsh Routes for Learning. We use it with our PMLD pupils and OFSTED liked it.
     
  5. Hi,

    We also use routes for learning. I try to make sure my lesson objectives link directly to my student's IEP targets, if that's any help.
    Sylviee


     
  6. Jo3Grace

    Jo3Grace New commenter

    Hello, I've free resources at http://jo.element42.org many have assessment tools attached - try the Potatoes for Schools resource if you want something really comprehensive.
     

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