|A straightforward map which shows
how one school handles assessment. HTML document.
|An annual plan for ensuring all
subject areas are assessed.
|Here's another primary school's
assessment timetable. Thanks to Sheena Florey.
ultimate tool for calculating children's ages to the nearest
completed month. This one combines the best features of the older
versions. It's an MS Excel workbook with 2 sheets. The first simply
calculates ages, the other works out the differences between ages
and test scores.
spreadsheet that calculates your class's ages on a given date from their dates of birth.
This newer version, by David Brown, is easy to use - you can even set it to update itself
to the current date. Very useful!
|Neil Whitmill has
taken David Brown's version of the chronological age calculator and added to it. To quote
Neil : I have used the chrono age calculator a
great deal - really good! Now I've adapted it so that it can store test results and
compare standardised ages giving a variant against the actual age of the student/pupil.
Many thanks to your original supplier.
|An end of year self-assessment
sheet for Year 4 children. Thanks to Pam Caines.
|If you use the NFER
Group Reading Test 9-14 this little spreadsheet from Roberta Downton will calculate
"Standardised Age Score" and "Reading Age" for the NFER Group Reading
Test 9-14 - using Combo sliders to avoid numerical input and the ambiguities of
"duodecimal" years. It needs no instructions or Add-Ins, and is protected to be
requires MS Excel 2000 or later.
|A report format for nursery
children and a "I can.." sheet for small people to complete. Submitted by Sally
|This MS Excel file contains an
extract of the active verbs from the level descriptors in NC2000 version of the PE
curriculum. Thanks to Martyn Fearn
|David Warbrick has
produced a series of assessment sheets for KS1/2. David explains: A single 2 sided A4
sheet for each of the QCA units of work- there are 3 expected levels of outcome- Most
children will..... Some children will do better and...... Some children will not do as
well and....... The reverse of the sheet contains the "small steps" the learning
objectives for the scheme as a means of recording the achievements of those children who
didn't achieve the expected outcomes.
You can find further details and the whole set of sheets at David's website.
QCA y4_5 results
|An MS Excel
spreadsheet that calculates levels for the new 2003 version of the
optional QCA tests for Years 4 and 5. Enter the children's names and
the marks gained for each test (English and Maths) and the Levels
will be calculated. Sorry - it doesn't do standard age scores!). One of
the Vaultman's own.
alternative spreadsheet for recording and calculating levels in SATs. This one also calculates standard age scores. Thanks to Iain
McJannet of Rosehill Junior School.
|A zipfile containing a collection
of report comment banks from Doncaster LEA
|A nice little personal target
arrow from Carol King. There is space for a child to write in targets for this term for