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End of year two levels

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littlemiss06 Thu 03-Jan-13 12:19:09

If my little girl has achieved level 1c (7 points) in reading and writing and 1c (8 points) in maths as of the end of the assessments carried out in December presuming she went ahead and made average progress for the year, what levels roughly would she make it too given the stage she's out now? I know things could jump or even not progress but what would be usual for a child on this level at this stage?

mrz Thu 03-Jan-13 12:43:13

Sorry I'm really confused with your points/levels? How old is your daughter and who has given you these points/levels?

littlemiss06 Thu 03-Jan-13 13:09:57

Shes almost 7 and they were from the headteacher, I asked him for an update for our hospital appointment

mrz Thu 03-Jan-13 13:15:20

So Y2 ? The points are from the APS (7 & 8 are roughly equal to a NC level 1C - 9 being 1B) in KS1 children are expected to make 6 points progress over a year
So by the end of the year 11/12 points or 1A.

littlemiss06 Thu 03-Jan-13 13:19:04

Thanks hun :-) she's not progressed in her reading or writing they were 1c at the end of year one so stayed the same after the first term in year two but her maths has progressed by 1 point since her assessments for the end of year one.

mrz Thu 03-Jan-13 13:20:17

littlemiss06 Thu 03-Jan-13 13:23:00

Brilliant Mrz thanks for that link

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