Updated: Aug 27
How do we assess children's understanding of core mathematical concepts? How can we be sure children are ready to progress? How do we identify areas for development?
Assessment, as we all know, is a key feature of effective teaching and learning. Teach, try, practice, assess, teach, try, practice, assess... can be a valuable model to follow to ensure high quality teaching.
Our end of unit assessment materials have been passionately designed to allow children to demonstrate their understanding. Using a variety of question styles and a highly visual approach.
They cover the whole curriculum for every primary age group and include a mark scheme allowing for a coherent whole school approach to assessment.
Take a look at some examples:
And with mark schemes for each assessment.