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Does anyone know about these reception marking 'codes'?

(15 Posts)
ilovetosleep Thu 18-Aug-16 13:29:45

I'm just being nosey really. I'ms sure they're secret teachers code that I'm not meant to know about.

We got a scrap book with all of DS's reception 'work' and by the tick and comment there is a little code in a circle eg LP, I, TL, S/S.

anyone know?

delilabell Thu 18-Aug-16 13:31:06

Lp literacy practice??

roundtable Thu 18-Aug-16 13:36:03

TL = teacher led

Not sure about the other ones but the school should have their marking policy up on the wall or ask at next parents evening/in September. It shouldn't be a secret.

olafisking Thu 18-Aug-16 13:36:21

It's probably indicating the type of skill he demonstrates eg mark making, physical, literacy, numeracy etc but obviously those don't match the codes! Can you ask the school? (when they're back!)

Sukistjames Thu 18-Aug-16 13:36:38

I - independent
TL - teacher led
Not sure about the others. Not ones I've used in school before.

YorkieDorkie Thu 18-Aug-16 13:38:47

S/S semi supported maybe? Some support?

plimsolls Thu 18-Aug-16 13:39:47

Could also be the teacher/teaching assistant/learning support assistant's initials as well? To show who was either working with him or who was marking the book.

YorkieDorkie Thu 18-Aug-16 13:39:51

We write TP for team point... Are your DC's called anything else? Learning point - LP?

ilovetosleep Thu 18-Aug-16 13:46:24

It's not teachers initials but they others make sense, thanks! I'll ask next term, just curious now as I go through this scrapbook (for the fiftieth time - so cute...)

thanks again

user1471499793 Mon 22-Aug-16 19:10:22

S/s - self-selected
L/p - learning partner

LemonRedwood Tue 23-Aug-16 21:56:58

Learning Partner, Independent, Teacher Led, Self Selected

Or why not just ask the teacher. It's rarely top secret!

LemonRedwood Tue 23-Aug-16 21:57:59

Sorry, just read you'll ask next term blush <reminds self not to skim read>

jamdonut Thu 25-Aug-16 00:06:55

I = independent
S= supported
G = group
That's at our school...there is a marking policy. As far as I'm aware, most schools have them. Like all policies, you should be able to ask for it.

ilovetosleep Sun 28-Aug-16 20:30:40

What does Learning partner mean? TA?

user1471499793 Sun 28-Aug-16 21:06:27

Worked with another child

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