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What Assessment and Tracking do we use in Foundation Stage 2. Presented by Jebel Ali Primary School. Background. No FS1 – the impact this has Baseline Assessments Communication, Language and Literacy Mathematics Knowledge and Understanding. What happens in the Classroom.

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Background
Background

  • No FS1 – the impact this has

  • Baseline Assessments

    • Communication, Language and Literacy

    • Mathematics

    • Knowledge and Understanding


What happens in the classroom
What happens in the Classroom

Every interaction is an opportunity to learn about a child

Two broad kinds of assessment

Formative – assessment for learning -

Continuous webcam

Summative – assessment of learning –

Snapshot – capture ‘now’


What does it involve
What does it involve?

Organising resources and time;

Planned & spontaneous observations

Good quality observations

Staff trained to recognise important moments in development and learning – make judgements

All staff including TAs, PE (PD), Music (CD)


How do we do it
How do we do it ?

  • Spontaneous observations; post-its, notes, photographs, assessment wall (CT, parents, TAs, specialists)

  • Planned observations; organise time and resources - group assessment sheets

  • EYFS profile – highlighted weekly in books – learning journey, YG assessment meeting – includes both of the above

















Summative assessments
Summative Assessments

September, January and May we do formal assessments in CLL and Mathematical Development

All assessments are SMART

Specific

Measurable

Attainable

Realistic

Timely







Data analysis
Data Analysis

What do we look for?

Children making steady progress as expected

Children falling below

Children making more than expected progress

Children who seem stuck

Stat Averages

Report


What happens next
What happens next?

  • Intervention Groups

  • LS – Pebbles and Rocs

  • Gifted and Talented


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