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Yr6 Mathematics Assessment

Discussion in 'Assessment' started by haverer, Apr 23, 2018.

  1. haverer

    haverer New commenter

    Just wondering how many statements linked to the 2014 curriculum you are assessing against.
    Do you assess against something like the Rising Stars assessment framework, using 96 their statements to build your picture across the year, or do you only record against the key performance indicators, which according to them/NAHT is 20 of them.
  2. CarrieV

    CarrieV Lead commenter

    They're Year 6
    They sit a test.
  3. haverer

    haverer New commenter

    Let's hope that's a joke. That answer would get you a fail!
    Anyone with an answer to the actual question, please feel free to comment. I had higher expectations from TES contributors than this reply! :eek:
  4. carriecat10

    carriecat10 Established commenter Community helper

    There are several sets of key objectives or key understandings that have been devised by various people. The key thing is that they should reflect the aims of the curriculum - if they are only a select choice of objectives from the programme of study this will mean the essence of the curriculum is lost.

    This one includes elements of reasoning, explaining etc https://www.babcockldp.co.uk/improv...matics/assessment/primary-assessment-criteria
  5. Pomza

    Pomza Star commenter

    In Years 2 & 6, you need to use the National Assessment Frameworks. In all other years, you do what all other schools do and make it up, using whichever set of relatively meaningless list of objectives you fancy...
    amethyst303 and Lara mfl 05 like this.
  6. Rivermill

    Rivermill Occasional commenter

    Key performance indicators on Targer Tracker to inform teacher assessment for end of year (ties in with NAF). I do however refer to more detailed objectives over course of year.

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