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How would you translate 'attainment reached national expectations', 'attainment above national expectations' and 'attainment well above national expectations' into NC levels for a year 1?
A guess; the first description, 1b; second, 1a/2c; the third anything above that?
Here's my guess: reached: 1babove: 1a/2cwell above 2b+ onwards....Must be really annoying to have these vague terms.
Ha crossed posts with lovecheese but great minds think alike!
s @ dragonmother.
Just above NC for a child of his age - means 1A for a year 1 does it? I have lots of this in DS's so am very pleased.
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