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Year 3 levels

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by impulce, Jun 2, 2009.

  1. The expectation is that children are level 2b by the end of KS1 (Y2), and on average are expected to make 2 sub levels a year, so it should be around 3c by the end of Y3 - Though the expected level at the end of KS2 (y6) is 4b - so thats 6 sub levels in 4 years, which works out at less than 2 sub levels a year and makes the whole system a bit wrong (or some argue allows for children who may make better progress one year than another due to various reasons). Really I would be more concerned about what they came to you as, and whether or not they have made their 2 sub levels progress.
     

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