I don't understand these levels

(6 Posts)
ClimbingHillsBarefoot Wed 02-Apr-14 21:18:05

I'm having difficulty googling this from my phone because all the relevant search results seem to be pdf files, which I can't open from my phone.

I know you're not supposed to relate F scale points to NC levels, but my head does, so I need to understand them.
If a child scores F6 (national average?) at the end of foundation, where would you expect them to be at the end of yr1autumn term, yr2 autum term and yr2 summer term?

Where would you expect a F9 child to be?

I hope that question makes sense!

ClimbingHillsBarefoot Wed 02-Apr-14 23:42:22

Just a (polite) little 'bump'

blackcoffee Thu 03-Apr-14 07:28:02

EYFS? scale points are long gone, climbing. It's emerging, expected, or exceeding.

ClimbingHillsBarefoot Thu 03-Apr-14 16:44:35

I know it has since changed, but it can't have been that long ago, was it?

annie987 Thu 03-Apr-14 23:57:34

At the end of y2 a fsp 6 would be expected to be a 2b and and fsp 9 a level 3.

Finola1step Fri 04-Apr-14 12:15:38

A child leaving the EYFS at national should be at least national at end of year 1 (1a) and at year 2 (2b). Doesn't matter whether you're looking at the old FSP scores or the new Expected description. If they are capable of reaching national expectations at 5, the expectation is that this should follow through.

Are you in Year 2 looking back at their FSP scores to judge progress?

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