I am planning a sessions where we, as a department, standardise our levels so when all staff level a pupil we are consistent. This will help me target the intervention needed. I tried this before and used a Standards File for each member of staff (everyone had the same one but they didn't know. They sat on their own and marked on which level they thought by highlighting the AFs evidence in the file.. All staff were within a sublevel. We have had a change in staffing and so now need to standardise again with some different staff and at different levels. Has anyone done anything similar? I am think I may cut up the algebra sections from the standards file pupils and ask them to level them then discuss after with the support material. I have chosen algebra as that seems to be the work most years are starting now. I can then moderate the algebra AFs in a few weeks. What do you think? Is this what others do or can you offer any suggestions to alternatives?