To help parents support their child’s learning as well as understand the skills, knowledge and understanding required within the curriculum, Milestone Attainment Summaries have been linked to this web page.
Click on the relevant curriculum area/milestone to access the summary.
[To read accurately/ To understand text]
[ To write with purpose/ To use imaginative description/ To organise writing appropriately.
To use paragraphs/ To use sentences appropriately/ To present neatly/ To spell correctly/ To punctuate correctly.
To analyse writing / To present writing]
[Place Value/ Number Operations/ Fractions/ Measures/ Geometry/ Statistics.
The stages within the Maths criteria are linked to the progress through the Maths curriculum and building on the knowledge already secured. Your child’s Assertive Mentoring Yellow folder contains details of their current mathematical milestone stage to enable you to access the appropriate summary page.
For Foundation Stage Pupils ‘non -negotiables’ in Reading, Writing and Maths skills have been identified: End of Year Expectations for Foundation Stage Pupils
Reporting assessment milestones to pupils and parents.
Within each term all pupils and parents receive assessment/ attainment data. This data relates to their child’s progress in the Core areas of learning in terms of the ‘Milestone Attainment’ and the pupil’s 12 step attainment journey as they progress toward the end of year national expectations for Year 2, Year 4 and Year 6.
In the Autumn term, pupils and parents receive a written report, containing attainment / progress information and the ‘next steps to learning’ targets
In the Spring term, conferences take place. Both teacher /pupil and teacher/parent conferences. An updated attainment/ progress grid is distributed
In the Summer term, an annual report is provided. This contains attainment information is provided on all areas of learning, along side progress data and targets for transition.
School Handwriting Guidance:HandwritingLeaflet updated 2012
Numeracy Links: Spaldwick-Number-strategies
By looking on your child’s class page you will also find links to websites that your child uses to support their current learning