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Replacing QCA science assessments

Discussion in 'Primary' started by hairycornflake, Jan 6, 2016.

  1. hairycornflake

    hairycornflake New commenter

    Hello all!

    Our school is still using QCA end of topic test for science but I'm teaching from NC2014 so what is out there to replace the QCA assessments?

    Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks.
     
  2. man501

    man501 New commenter

    (Re-posted from the other thread about assessment but it makes sense to reply directly to you) Something that may help is the Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project materials, from Bath Spa University. The website is here: http://www.bathspa.ac.uk/schools/ed...cts/cresl-teacher-assessment-in-primary-years

    And an interactive online version of their main output, the assessment pyramid, is here http://www.pstt.org.uk/SiteDocuments/doc/taps/taps-pyramid-final.pdf

    The online PDF also includes lots of exemplification material to show what each assessment 'option' in the pyramid could look like in the classroom.
     
  3. teacup71

    teacup71 Occasional commenter

    If you go to lancsngfl they have assessment criteria for science teacher assessment.
    Go to the publications section through professional development. We use test base to make our own summative assessments.
     

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