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What is PiPs assessment?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by fairydu5t, Jan 23, 2007.

  1. I visited a school recently that said they used the Profile as well as PiPs to assess children's progress in the Foundation Stage. She said that the person who accepts the post could look at changing the current system if they have a better idea. I'm not familiar with PiPs - is it any good? Or is there a better way? The school is concerned that the profile does not show progress.

    Comments greatfully received.

     
  2. I visited a school recently that said they used the Profile as well as PiPs to assess children's progress in the Foundation Stage. She said that the person who accepts the post could look at changing the current system if they have a better idea. I'm not familiar with PiPs - is it any good? Or is there a better way? The school is concerned that the profile does not show progress.

    Comments greatfully received.

     

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