Evidence Gathering Grids and end of KS criteria

Evidence Gathering Grids and end of KS criteria

Now updated for individual year groups! (Previous versions are still available to download below.)

Yr1 Evidence Gathering Grid for writing

This document provides the criteria for assessing Yr1 writing.

Yr2 Evidence Gathering Grid for writing

This document contains the criteria for assessing writing in Yr2. It contains the end of year criteria as well as criteria for the whole curriculum.

Yr3 Evidence Gathering Grid for writing

This document contains the criteria for assessing Yr3 writing.

Yr4 Evidence Gathering Grid for writing

This document contains the criteria for assessing writing in Yr4.

Yr5 Evidence Gathering Grid for writing

This document contains the criteria for assessing writing in Yr5.

Yr6 Evidence Gathering Grid for writing

This document includes the criteria for assessing Y6 writing and incorporates the national standards from the Teacher Assessment Framework for end of KS2.

End of key stage assessment support

Below are a number of materials that we choose to use to help us with statutory moderation of English at the end of KS1 and 2. Teachers may wish to make use of these to support their own teacher assessment process but there is absolutely no requirement or expectation they do so.

End of KS1 criteria moderation form

This is the document that is used to moderate judgements at the end of KS1.

End of KS2 criteria moderation form

This document contains the statutory criteria for the end of KS2 teacher assessment.

KS1 Crib Sheet

We use this sheet to save us from having to get out our National Curriculum to look up words, spelling patterns or anything else.

KS2 Crib Sheet

We use this sheet to save ourselves from having to find our National Curriculum to check on statutory words, ways of creating cohesion etc.

2016-19 KS1 Reading standards questions

Questions from previous years' tests have been cross-referenced with end of key stage 1 standards in order to support teachers with making final judgements, and in moderation.

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