Checking standards in maths books
Checking learning in books periodically and specifically focusing upon establishing the view of age-relatedness will add to the evaluation of teaching, support the validation of assessments and will, crucially, provide leaders with information on which they can act to improve teaching further and the curriculum for all pupils.
This document has been created to support leaders to establish this view more quickly. The key indicators have been reduced so that each year group is represented on one page.
This document is for use by leaders to quickly check 'age-relatedness'. It has not been created to support teachers to make assessment judgements.
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