Whilst guidance from the DfE clearly states that schools are free to develop or choose their own system for assessing the National Curriculum, the chosen system:
'...must include an assessment system which enables schools to check what pupils have learned and whether they are on track to meet expectations at the end of the key stage, and to report regularly to parents.'
The following guide is designed to help you think through the process for assessing and tracking pupils progress and attainment in Computing:
We have created the following End of Year Assessment Recording Grid to support teachers in recording pupils' progress and attainment against the Cambridgehire Progression in Computing Capability statements. The grid is designed to be a quick and easy way of sharing data with the following year's class teacher so that children's learning can be built on year after year.
Further reference material:
You can also view find DfE guidance on Assessment Principles and Assessment notes for Ofsted Inspectors for 2014/15.
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