At various times of the year, children will be given an overall judgement using this language. For example a child who has met almost all of the maths objectives in year 2 would be a 2 secure (s) in maths.
In order to help support this, we have developed assessment brick walls which are stuck in the backs of your children’s Literacy, Guided Reading and Maths books.
Children are encouraged to look at these brick walls to help inform them of their strengths and their next steps in learning.
Children who are working significantly below age related expectations will be following the curriculum objectives that are suitable for their needs, and will be assessed against these objectives. For example a child in Year 6 could be following the year 3 objectives in one or more of reading, writing and maths. Parents were informed at parents evening if this was applicable to their child/ children.
At the end of the year, this information will be reported to parents with children in years 1-6. If your child is in Year 2 or Year 6 extra information will be reported to you relating to your child’s attainment in their SATs and also teacher assessment judgements. A separate letter detailing information about this will be sent out after Christmas.
If you have any questions then please contact myself at school or any of the Literacy and Numeracy Co-ordinators
Mr K Pegram (Acting Deputy Head Teacher and Assessment Co-ordinator at Southglade Primary School)
Mrs G Gregory and Miss A Richardson (Literacy Co-ordinators)
Mr D Shuttleworth and Mr M Easton (Maths Co-ordinators)
Assessment Brick Walls