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Part 4: Presenting the Evidence

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A primary teacher assesses her Key Stage 2 maths class using the pilot version of Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP). Her assessments are formally moderated in this final part of a four-part series.

Recapping her APP pilot experience, Jackie Nicholls discusses some unexpected results, the insights she has gained and how her pupils have progressed at Dickens Heath Primary School in Solihull.

Jackie's APP mentors, Donna Wright and Louise Burnett, review the evidence Jackie prepared for the moderation panel, which assess her evidence and level judgements.

This video also features the views of a range of teachers with experience of APP, advising on how best to present evidence.

Note that current advice is that schools should apply APP to all their pupils, rather than the benchmarking approach shown here, capturing and identifying smaller amounts of evidence without need for portfolios.

Part of the series: APP - How Does It Work?

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