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Hi there, I came across some tracking sheets for the FSp, where each point 1-9 was broken down. Does anyone no where I can get something like this

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Hi there Moose, yes something like that. Is that what you use? Do you write a date in the boxes or just tick? Does it matter if something like that doesn't show where evidence is?

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Firstly can I apologize. Someone has kindly pointed out to me that I have left the names of my current class on one of the sheets - I thought I'd been clever and removed them all. I'm sorry if this has upset anyone or anyone has seen someone's name that they know - it was a genuine mistake. I've removed that attachment and posted another with all of the names removed. I would be grateful, if you have downloaded the original with a view to sharing it with anyone, if you would destroy this and instead download the new one I have posted. Thank you and my apologies once again.

 

Hi Laura. I use the sheet for recording attainment across the whole class as I work on a 'three-times-and-I'm-happy-they-can-do-it' system. I record individual/group/whole class observations on different sheets and then transfer these to the attached sheets. When a child has done something 3 times then I'll mark it off on their profile. I don't put a date on these sheets as the actual observation that has lead me to award a child a 'point' will be recorded and dated somewhere else.

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Moose I also work on that system where if I see the child do it a least 3 times I am happy they can do it. I also record else where my obs. My class profile does not say where I can get hold of that ob i.e was it photo or focus ob. Do you see what I mean? Does it matter?

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I don't think so - no. I see the whole class tracking sheet as something for you. The individual profiles, with their evidence, is what you are moderated against when you have external people come in. Or at least that has been my experience. God - otherwise we'd be in the situation where everything had to be cross-referenced. I have no life as it is! I've been moderated and Ofsted-ed within the last 18 months using my current systems and no-one has queried it or had a problem with it. What does anyone else think?

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I agree Moose

No life at all :oxD

I liked the assessment advice Susan attached

 

'NAA’s position on the process of assessment is that evidence is collected as an on-going

process through:

• The practitioner’s knowledge of the child

• Information from a range of contributors

• Observation of self-initiated activities

• Collection of anecdotal significant moments

• Focussed assessments'

 

I think we can become too bogged down in all this assessment

Tinkerbell x

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