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Hi.

Last year on my final teaching practice the Reception teacher I worked with used an old style register book (hard back with lines/small squares/room for names etc) to record various class assessments. She gave me one which I have found incredibly useful this year. I just want to track another one down for next year and I can't seem to find them anywhere :o . She has moved away so I can't ask her. Anybody got any ideas?

 

Thanks, Emma

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I use 'the primary teacher's planner' which has an A4 page for each day (not dated so good for me as I only work half a week). At the back of the planner (spiral bound hard back) there are 32 A4 squared pages (more than I use).

http://www.edplanbooks.com/primary_planner.htm

 

They are made by Eduactional Planning Books LTd. 01433 651010

Marie

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Why not make your own assessment record sheets? I do this on my computer - some with lines, some with columns etc. You only have to type the names in once and then cut and paste for any other templates you use. I keep a wad of photocopies in the classroom and then my TA or any other helper can use them as required. I then file them under the appropriate ELG in my whole class assessment file.

Any good?

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