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Assessment approach: steps/ladders

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updated on 13 July 2017
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How does a steps-based assessment system work? We pick out the key principles of the step or ladders-based assessment approach. We also feature case studies from a multi-academy trust and a primary school that use steps or ladders in their internal assessment systems.

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Contents

  1. 1 Steps/ladders approach: how does it work?
  2. 2 Case study: Learning Ladders
  3. 3 Case study from a primary MAT
  4. 4 Examples from schools

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