Assessment & Tracking

Ramblings of a Teacher

Over the year, I have worked on an assessment model which I feel tackles the new curriculum without recreating the issues of the old levels system. The intention is that the focus of assessment is on the specifics of what have been learned, as proposed by the original Expert Panel in 2011.

The model matches closely with the principles set out by the NAHT in its recommendations, while also providing schools with appropriate means of tracking outcomes using Excel spreadsheets.

All of these resources are made freely available for schools to adopt and adapt as they wish. Excel sheets have been protected to prevent accidental modification, but no password is needed to adapt it should a school wish to edit the content to suit their own approach.

The documents can all be downloaded from here:

spreadsheetTracking documents for Years 1 to 6:

Year 1 Tracking

Year 2 Tracking

Year 3…

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About headteacher2014

I am a headteacher of a primary school in England

Posted on December 23, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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