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PROGRESS & ATTAINMENT

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How progress & attainment is reported to parents at Corpus Christi

Using STATOnline to assess progress

We use 'steps' to show attainment - these steps will show you where, in relation to your child's ARE, they are working at at specific points within the academic year. For example; if your child is in Year 4 they will be working between steps 23 and 27. Step 23 will be the step that the majority of those children will enter year 4 at - it's very important to note that, as mentioned earlier, some children might not be ready to begin work at that stage just yet and will therefore be working at a lower stage than their peers. Gradually throughout the year they will progress onto steps 24, 25 and finally ending on step 26 - this would then be their entry point into Year 5. There may be a chance that some children progress onto step 27 - this would be seen as the children working at greater depth within that subject.

Take a look at the examples below that show the progression of the steps for each year group:

YEAR 1

Step 15 16 17 18
Appropriate Curriculum For Year 1 This is the step most children would enter year 1 at from their time in reception. Most children will still be on this step up until the middle of the Spring Term. Most children will reach this step by the end of the Spring term. This step is where the children should be by the end of Year 1. This is what we call age related expectation or ARE. There is a chance that some children may reach this step by the end of Year 1. This step is when children are working at a greater depth than the 'average' child

YEAR 2

Step 17 18 19 20 21
Appropriate Curriculum For Year 2 This is the step most children would enter Year 2 at from their time in Year 1.  By the time the Autumn term finishes in December this is where your child should be. They will be on this step until the middle of the Spring Term (February) Most children will reach this step by the end of the Spring term. This step is where the children should be by the end of Year 2. This is what we call age related expectation or ARE. There is a chance that some children may reach this step by the end of Year 2. This step is when children are working at a greater depth than the 'average' child

YEAR 3

Step 20 21 22 23 24
Appropriate Curriculum For Year 3 This is the step most children would enter Year 3 at from their time in Year 2.  By the time the Autumn term finishes in December this is where your child should be. They will be on this step until the middle of the Spring Term (February) Most children will reach this step by the end of the Spring term. This step is where the children should be by the end of Year 3. This is what we call age related expectation or ARE. There is a chance that some children may reach this step by the end of Year 3. This step is when children are working at a greater depth than the 'average' child

YEAR 4

Step 23 24 25 26 27
Appropriate Curriculum For Year 4 This is the step most children would enter Year 4 at from their time in Year 3.  By the time the Autumn term finishes in December this is where your child should be. They will be on this step until the middle of the Spring Term (February) Most children will reach this step by the end of the Spring term. This step is where the children should be by the end of Year 4. This is what we call age related expectation or ARE. There is a chance that some children may reach this step by the end of Year 4. This step is when children are working at a greater depth than the 'average' child

YEAR 5

Step 26 27 28 29 30
Appropriate Curriculum For Year 5 This is the step most children would enter Year 5 at from their time in Year 4.  By the time the Autumn term finishes in December this is where your child should be. They will be on this step until the middle of the Spring Term (February) Most children will reach this step by the end of the Spring term. This step is where the children should be by the end of Year 5. This is what we call age related expectation or ARE. There is a chance that some children may reach this step by the end of Year 5. This step is when children are working at a greater depth than the 'average' child

YEAR 6

Step 29 30 31 32 33
Appropriate Curriculum For Year 6 This is the step most children would enter Year 6 at from their time in Year 5.  By the time the Autumn term finishes in December this is where your child should be. They will be on this step until the middle of the Spring Term (February) Most children will reach this step by the end of the Spring term. This step is where the children should be by the end of Year 6. This is what we call age related expectation or ARE. There is a chance that some children may reach this step by the end of Year 6. This step is when children are working at a greater depth than the 'average' child
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