Expected progress from end of r to end of y2

(80 Posts)
Iamnotminterested Mon 28-Jan-13 10:10:17

Is it 2 full levels or have I dreamt that up?

Thanks.

educator123 Wed 30-Jan-13 20:55:36

Is it standard for schools to give out levels? My DD1 is currently in yr2 and i have never had any levels nor do i understand what they mean. I am curious as i would like to know if she is progressing well, but i'm not sure i would like to ask at the risk of sounding like a pushy mummy or the school taking offence.

Feenie Wed 30-Jan-13 21:26:17

It is statutory to report levels in Y2 and Y6.

simpson Wed 30-Jan-13 23:14:56

You should be able to ask for levels at parents evenings etc if you feel the need to (I do!!)....

learnandsay Wed 30-Jan-13 23:22:34

What's this:

I have just received notification from my LEA that, following the introduction of the new EYFS curriculum, expected KS1 progress will be :
Y1 October - June .......4 points progress
Y2 entry - June ....... 5 points progress

I quote:
'For the average pupil:
Expected progress is 9 points from the end of October in Y1 to end of June in Y2. With the assumption that 3 points are achieved prior to entry the expected 12 points would be gained over the key stage.'

mrz Thu 31-Jan-13 07:26:45

A score of 6 on the old EYFS profile equates to 3 points but we talk about adding 12 points over the KS which would equate to a level 2B

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