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Primary Levels

Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by rwd11, Jun 1, 2011.

  1. After a recent interview I have realised that I need to brush up on the levels that children in primary school should be working at during the different years. I've had a pretty thorough search of the primary framework and discovered nothing of use. Does anyone have a link to some info on this topic?
     
  2. After a recent interview I have realised that I need to brush up on the levels that children in primary school should be working at during the different years. I've had a pretty thorough search of the primary framework and discovered nothing of use. Does anyone have a link to some info on this topic?
     
  3. CarrieV

    CarrieV Lead commenter

    The "average" child ( and if anyone spots an average child, could they let me know!) should be a 2b at the end of year 2 and a 4b at the end of year 6. So progress should in theory be one whole level over 2 years or one and a half sublevel per year.This would be seen as "satisfactory progress" But, as we know, satisfactory is not good enough so most schools aim for 2 sublevels each year and some even more!
     

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