I'm currently in a dilemma as to how I can show progress in Year 1 compared to EYFS. All teachers in our school are expected to show at least 2 sub-levels of progress from the previous year. As a teacher new to Year 1 I'm not sure how to show this when prior to Year 1 the children were not on national curriculum levels unless they were classed as 'exceeding'. The head has taken my results from Autumn 1 (assessment carried out October 2013) and my most recent set of assessment data and tracked the progress. Some children have made 2sub-levels of progress but not all. I am concerned as this is tracked only from Oct - June and not June -June, as is the case with all other staff. My head has intimated that at present the data indicates that my class have not made the required level of progress and this will be reflected in my performance review. I disagree and feel that my class have made progress that is good or better based on their status as emerging/expected/exceeding at EYFS. In my Year 1 data I have classed 1b as below expectations, 1a as meeting expectations, and 2c as exceeding expectations. Using this criteria I can show that children have moved from expected to 1a etc with some anomalies both good and bad. Does anyone else have this experience/any advice? Some threads suggest heads and Year 1 teachers are incorrectly using PScales - to the disgust of EYFS colleagues. Whilst I don't intend to do this I can see why some people are using this system. HELP!