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  • Assessing and monitoring pupils' progress in maths (primary) How can teachers assess and monitor pupils' progress in mathematics? In this article, we link to guidance and assessment activities from the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics. You will also find good practice case studies on monitoring progress in maths from Ofsted.
  • Assessing pupil progress from the EYFS to KS1 How can we assess progress from the EYFS to KS1? We look at how schools can use the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) profile handbook to assess pupils from the EYFS to Key Stage 1 (KS1). We also look at how to manage assessment for pupils with SEN as they move from the EYFS to KS1.
  • Monitoring the progress of vulnerable pupils: gathering evidence What evidence should we use to track vulnerable pupils' progress? We relay advice from two of our associate education experts on data schools can use when monitoring the progress of vulnerable pupils. We also look at a behaviour-tracking tool for vulnerable pupils from a local authority.
  • Pupil premium: tracking pupil progress Analyse the impact of your pupil premium interventions by downloading our tracking tool.
  • Tracking progress in science (primary) Are there examples of science progress trackers for the National Curriculum? This article points to science progress trackers that have been created by practitioners and a commercial provider. We also link to further articles on internal assessment, including on creating a consistent assessment system.
  • Tracking pupil progress from EYFS to Key Stage 1: case studies How do schools track progress from the end of the EYFS to KS1? This article looks at how two schools track children's progress across the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and into Key Stage (KS) 1. You will also find a downloadable example of a tracking document from a school.
  • Tracking pupil progress in primary schools: examples Read how 3 primary schools track progress using their own assessment systems. One of our experts also explains how you can track progress for pupils with KS1 results reported as National Curriculum levels.
  • Tracking pupil progress: proformas (primary) Are there templates for tracking pupil progress? We link to templates for tracking pupil progress based on objectives in the National Curriculum, created by a union and a deputy headteacher. We also link to more articles on tracking progress.