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Assessment: pupils working between P scales and the primary curriculum

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Last updated on 18 July 2016
School types: All · School phases: Primary
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How can we assess pupils working below the curriculum standard but above the P scales? This article sets out how to assess pupils using pre-key-stage standards. It looks at how some schools assess pupils working at this level, and cites an expert’s advice on measuring attainment.

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  1. 1 Assessing pupils working below the standard of the tests
  2. 2 Assessing pupils between P scales and the standard of the curriculum
  3. 3 CPDT: supporting pupils with SEND

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