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Assessing and monitoring pupils' progress in maths (primary)

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Last updated on 18 January 2017
School types: All · School phases: Primary
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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.

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  1. 1 Using Assessment for Learning to assess progress
  2. 2 NCETM: assessing mastery through questions and activities
  3. 3 Assessment models for maths
  4. 4 Monitoring primary mathematics: good practice guidance from Ofsted

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