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Please can i just ask how many different forms of assessment/ records you keep. I am a teacher in a reception class i obviously fill in the profile and for this have all the points on a grid and highlight when ch have achieved. I then have to keep a record for every child of their progress according to p-scales for numeracy ( we shouldnt be using p scales i know i have had very heated discussions with assessment co-ordinator luckily our early years advisor is coming into fight our case) we then have to keep a record sheet of every childs progress through the stepping stone to ELG to NCL 1c again which have been matched to pscales. We now have to keep a record sheet for each child on their progress through the phases for letters and sounds. I feel our assessment coordinator has gone record mad and i feel i am having to keep far too many records. What do others do?

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Hi Lola,

 

My current head (I leave at the end of this year) also insists that reception children are assessed against P scales for writing, even after saying she knew that they weren't supposed to be used for this! Argh! Aswell as using the eprofile, I also keep phonics assessment related to the letters and sounds phases, observations and have a record sheet of every child's progress for each area of learning through the stepping stones to ELG. I find the last set of records hard to keep on top of and have endless folders.

 

If someone has a better way I'd love to hear about it!

 

Jacqui

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