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Assessment Scoring System

ScholarPack Assessment Points System

This article displays the aggregate score against each Early Year band/score and Step within the assessment system, the article also displays what the students should be achieving at each year and checkpoint to be considered On Track.

Early Years Scoring System

Year EYFS Band and Stage Aggregate Score Step Checkpoint
Nursery  30-50 Emerging 11 -1:5 CP1 
Nursery 30-50 Emerging 11 -1:5 CP2 
Nursery 30-50 Developing  12 -1:6 CP3 
Nursery 30-50 Developing 12 -1:6 CP4 
Nursery 30-50 Secure 13 0:1 CP5 
Nursery 30-50 Secure 13 0:1 CP6 
Reception 30-50 Secure 13 0:1 BL (Baseline)
Reception 40-60 Emerging 14 0:2 CP1 (Autumn 1)
Reception 40-60 Emerging 14 0:2 CP2 (Autumn 2)
Reception 40-60 Developing 15 0:3 CP3 (Spring 1)
Reception 40-60 Secure 16 0:4 CP4 (Spring 2)
Reception Early Learning Goal 1 17 0:5 CP5 (Summer 1)
Reception Early Learning Goal 2 18 0:6 CP6 (Summer 2)
Reception Early Learning Goal 3 19 1:1  

 

Ofsted Attainment Guidance.

Attainment on entry to reception at age four .

Most children are likely to demonstrate some of the elements of skill, knowledge and understanding within the development matters band for 40–60+ months, in addition to all of the elements in the preceding band for 30–50 months. This may be referred to as the age-related expectation at the beginning of reception. Consider all seven areas of learning when judging attainment on entry to reception, taking into account children’s ages on entry. Attainment on entry is likely to be below age-related expectations where a substantial proportion of children in a school do not demonstrate all of the elements in the 30–50 month band. The statutory early learning goals establish national expectations for most children to reach by the end of Reception Year. These are the statements in bold in the 40– 60+ month band."

http://dera.ioe.ac.uk/14075/1/Subsidiary_guidance%5B1%5D.pdf

Step Scoring System

Year    Checkpoint  Step          Aggregate Score
1 CP1 (Autumn 1) 1:1 19
1 CP2 (Autumn 2) 1:2 20
1 CP3 (Spring 1) 1:3 21
1 CP4 (Spring 2) 1:4 22
1 CP5 (Summer 1) 1:5 23
1 CP6 (Summer 2) 1:6 24
2 CP1 (Autumn 1) 2:1 25
CP2 (Autumn 2) 2:2 26
CP3 (Spring 1) 2:3 27
CP4 (Spring 2)  2:4 28
CP5 (Summer 1) 2:5 29
CP6 (Summer 2) 2:6 30
3 CP1 (Autumn 1) 3:1 31
CP2 (Autumn 2)  3:2 32
CP3 (Spring 1)  3:3 33
CP4 (Spring 2)  3:4 34
CP5 (Summer 1)  3:5 35
CP6 (Summer 2)  3:6 36
4 CP1 (Autumn 1)  4:1 37
4 CP2 (Autumn 2)  4:2 38
4 CP3 (Spring 1)  4:3 39
4 CP4 (Spring 2)  4:4 40
4 CP5 (Summer 1)  4:5 41
4 CP6 (Summer 2)  4:6 42
5 CP1 (Autumn 1)  5:1 43
5 CP2 (Autumn 2)  5:2 44
5 CP3 (Spring 1)  5:3 45
5 CP4 (Spring 2)  5:4 46
5 CP5 (Summer 1)  5:5 47
5 CP6 (Summer 2)  5:6 48
6 CP1 (Autumn 1)  6:1 49
6 CP2 (Autumn 2)  6:2 50
6 CP3 (Spring 1)  6:3 51
6 CP4 (Spring 2)  6:4 52
6 CP5 (Summer 1)  6:5 53
6 CP6 (Summer 2)  6:6 54

 

Please Note: Where the level has two values at a step point, then the highest value is used in the assessment calculation. 

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