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Assessment Without Levels From September 2015 National Curriculum levels are no longer used for statutory assessments. Schools are given the responsibility to develop their own approaches to in-school assessment.
Key features of AMAP Based on mastery learning Measures progress Fully inclusive Better informs parent/teacher discussions Better informs teacher planning
3rd Step4th Step5th Step Round decimals to the nearest whole number Round numbers to significant figures Divide decimals with one or two places by single-digit whole numbers Multiply and divide decimals by 10, 100, 1000, and explain the effect use symbols =, ≠,, ≤, ≥ Add and subtract simple fractions with denominators of any size Multiply by 0 Multiply three-digit by two-digit whole numbers Multiply a fraction by an integer Understand multiplication as it applies to whole numbers and decimals Divide three-digit by two-digit whole numbers Be able to multiply any number by 0.1 and 0.01 Understand division as it applies to whole numbers and decimals Extend written methods to U.t × U Be able to divide any number by 0.1 and 0.01
AMAP:Mastery Steps 1-3 describe a Foundation performance. This would be the lowest level of attainment Steps 4-5 describe a Developing performance Steps 6-7 describe a Secure performance Steps 8-9 describe a High performance
AMAP:Progress LP – student is making less than expected progress across some topics/skills EP – student is making expected progress across all topics/skills MP- student is making better than expected progress across all topics/skills on their starting point in Year 7.
AMAP:Praising Stars: reporting from 2016 Mastery Progress Attitude to Learning Effort grade
What information do parents need before receiving the first reports using AMAP?
I want to study both Music and Drama. Do I have to do an audition?
Block A (3 hours)Block B (3 hours)Block C (2 hours) Block D (2 hours) Ebacc Subjects Computer Science French Geography History Computer Science French Geography History Art (Textiles) Business Studies Drama Food Technology History ICT Music Physical Education Product Design Triple Science Art (Fine Art) Business Studies Drama Food Technology Geography Human Experience ICT Physical Education Product Design Textiles Technology Triple Science Altbacc Subjects Art ( 3D Design) Food Technology Each subject is studied for 2 hours per week. Students will have one extra hour of maths Art (3D Design) Graphic Products Each subject is studied for 2 hours per week. Students will have one extra hour of maths