Working scientifically criteria tracking sheets - version 2
These new versions of the tracking documents contain the working scientifically criteria from the HfL Assessment Criteria for Science. There is a date column which teachers can use to record when different skills have been covered. At data entry points, teachers will then need to make a decision about the skills each individual child has achieved based on what has been covered.
To help make these judgements teachers should use any planning notes/ records they may have, pupils’ work, working scientifically wheels (if in use) and their professional judgement. The initials or names of children can then be recorded in the boxes at the bottom of the tracking sheet which define the skills needed to be working within ARE, below or above.
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