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Attainment is the stage they have reached, progress is how far they have come from their starting points. For example a child may be in an area at 22-36 months when they start with you, 6 months later they may be at 40-60 months. 40-60 months is their attainment but they have progressed by 2 age bands.

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Achievement is the overall judgement Ofsted make about progress and attainment.

Progress is the distance travelled from the starting point.

Attainment is the point you are at against national norms - in eyfs this is statutorily the ELGs but the age bands are used generally.


Achievement is about how well children make progress and atain and is typically used as an overall assessment of the effectiveness of a setting or school.



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