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Assessment approaches in special schools
How do special schools assess pupils? This article features case studies and expert advice on how special schools can assess the attainment and progress of pupils. It also addresses some frequently asked questions about assessment.
- Using a range of approaches: case study
- Baselining from diagnostic assessments: case study
- Collaborating with other special schools: case study
- Combining assessment products: case study
- Measuring progress in special schools: expert advice
- Selecting a commercial assessment system: expert advice
- Assessment of pupils with SEN: FAQs
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