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Identifying the most able pupils
It's up to you to define who your 'most able' pupils are. Get guidance on how to identify these pupils, including the common characteristics of more able learners. There's also special guidance on how to identify more able pupils in your cohort of pupils with SEN.
- How to identify the 'most able' pupils
- Identification after the removal of levels
- Examples: primary schools
- Examples: secondary schools
- Guidance for pupils with SEN
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