I passed final assessment and got QTS last month. My portfolio was divided into standards, just like yours. Annotation varied, depending on the type of evidence, i.e. if I had included a lesson plan, I highlighted the parts that satisfied the particular standard (and included copies of completed work). Copies of children's work as evidence - I highlighted and wrote on these, again outlining how they provided evidence. For example, "This is a piece of Level 3b writing because it demonstrates .... blah blah". Handouts from training sessions or staff meetings had to include the annotations you made at the time. I'm talking the usual jottings you make during a meeting, nothing flash or fancy. Information downloaded from the internet - again highlighted and scribbled on to explain why it was relevent. At the beginning of my portfolio I had a personal folder which included an up to date CV and personal statement, copies of my qualification certificates (degree etc), all the entries from my reflective journal, lesson observations conducted by my mentor or any other teachers. General personal stuff. Hope this helps a bit and don't hesitate to get in touch if you want to chat a bit more.