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Guided Reading Record sheet (as shown in Year 2/3 Moderation Clusters)
Lucky Dip (Non Fiction)
Lucky Dip (Ffiction)
The Hertfordshire ‘Pink Book’ (or ‘Teachers’ handbook to support planning and assessment’) uses the levels from the old National Curriculum and is therefore out of date. New assessment criteria, to support schools with assessing pupils in the core subject areas of the primary National Curriculum, have been developed and are available within the PA Plus - Primary Planning and Assessment subscription area of the Herts for Learning website.
Guidance on Reporting to Parents: Age-Related Expectations
Preliminary Information Sheet for Primary to Secondary Transition
The following document might be useful to inform discussion between primary schools and secondary schools about pupils. It is not a statutory form and is not collected by the Local Authority.
The following resources can be used to summarise key points arising during moderation of pupils’ work. Proforma A is intended to be used when looking at single pieces of evidence, then Proforma B is for collating the judgements across a range of pieces of evidence.
Select the versions appropriate to the range of levels you are looking at.
Proforma A Covering levels 1-5
Proforma B Covering levels 1-5
Proforma A Covering levels 2-8
Proforma B Covering levels 3-8
Proforma B - Covering levels w-3
Proforma B - P1-P8
Proforma B - P4-L2
Proforma B- P6-L3
Proforma B - P7-L4C
Assessment Coordinator’s Overview of the Year 2011-12
A guide to the many different aspects of coordinating assessment across the school. It may not always be the Assessment Coordinator responsible for each of these areas – some tasks may be carried out by administrative staff, Headteacher, SENCo etc – but the Assessment Coordinator needs to be aware of them.
Keeping Data in Cohort Files
A Shared Policy for Positive Teaching and Learning
The ways in which pupils’ learning is assessed are clearly important in all areas of the curriculum, so some schools have incorporated this into a Teaching and Learning Policy. Here is one such example from a Hertfordshire school.
Guidance on Writing an Assessment Policy Updated
Hertfordshire Guidance on Tracking Pupil Progress (Primary)
See also useful guidance and tools for data analysis:
Framework for the Assessment of Personal & Social Development
Key stage 1
Key stage 2
Key stage 3
Key stage 4