New National Curriculum
With the introduction of the new National Curriculum in September 2014, schools and teachers will need to use a diagnostic assessment to determine every child’s understanding of a particular topic.
Children are monitored to determine progress and the programme of work to be studied on an individual basis and you will be reported to following the criteria:
Has/is your child shown
· Less progress than expected
· Slightly less progress than expected
· They are on target
· Slightly more progress than expected
· More progress than expected
The new attainment targets have very general wording. They state that
‘by the end of each key stage, pupils are expected to know, apply and understand the matters, skills and processes specified in the relevant programme of study’.
However, it is unclear for example, does the pupil just need to demonstrate a skill in maths once, or do they need to do it several times? What level of evidence is sufficient to demonstrate that a child has ‘mastered’ the new curriculum?
We have many Mini Tests designed for 11+ revision.
Extra Tuition Centre Mini Tests
Use our online Mini Tests to check and revise topics. They are designed to be repeated to reinforce knowledge.
You may wish to check on your child’s progress, our Mini Tests are the equivalent of a short mid-term topic test. Mid-term topic tests will be used at school for your child’s school teacher to assess progress.
Our range of mini tests allow you to go ahead as well as revise work already done.
Enjoy our online Mini Tests.
There is a wide range of topics available in both mathematics and English.
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