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P scales: measuring progress

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Last updated on 21 March 2018
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We explain how P scales these are used in the primary progress measure, and how you can use them internally. Our experts advise on how you can implement them and how Ofsted inspectors will consider your use of P scales to evidence the progress of pupils with SEN.

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  1. 1 What are P scales?
  2. 2 P scales in the progress measure
  3. 3 Using the P scales
  4. 4 Ofsted inspection: pupils on the P scales

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