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Tracking pupil progress: examples from primary schools

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Last updated on 31 January 2017
School types: All · School phases: Primary
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Are there examples of how primary schools track progress? In this article, we look at how four primary schools rated ‘good’ by Ofsted track pupil progress without National Curriculum levels. You will also find a link to further information on systems schools can use to track progress.

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  1. 1 Tracking progress using ‘golden codes’
  2. 2 Four levels of mastery
  3. 3 Tracking progress against age-related expectations
  4. 4 Measuring progress each half-term
  5. 5 Can we predict attainment at the end of KS2?

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