Points to consider for quality assurance of Early Years data
This sheet will act as a reminder of the linked areas of learning to support quality assuring your EY data. It is important to consider attainment in these linked areas at individual level – does the pattern of attainment for each child make sense? In addition, look at attainment for individual classes for these linked areas and see if it again, makes sense. For schools with more than one class then consider attainment patterns for the data for the whole cohort. Further analysis will need to be undertaken across all areas of learning to give a complete accurate analysis (See What analysis can I do with my EYFSP data?).
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