Assessment and the New Curriculum

Assessment without levels

Following the introduction of a new National Curriculum framework from September 2014, the government has also decided to remove level descriptors.  The government’s policy of removing level descriptors from the National Curriculum is set out in terms of freeing schools from an imposed measure of pupil progress. The Department for Education has said that levels are not very good with respect to helping parents to understand how far their child is improving. In their place, from September 2014, “it will be for schools to decide how they assess pupils’ progress”.

Assessment in the New National Curriculum

National Curriculum: Tim Oates

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Parents/ carers guide to the new curriculum and Assessment systems at Copenhagen Primary School

Assessment without levels parents

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New curriculum Overviews for each year group

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Parents Guides to the New Curriculum

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