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Making P Scales Meaningful and Realistic

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Suitable for: Teachers of low attainment children

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Course Reference: 7773WW

The use of P scales to measure attainment for SEN students working below National Curriculum Level 1 is now a statutory part of National Curriculum assessment in both mainstream and special schools. This course is aimed at all staff involved with the teaching, learning and assessment of students using P level attainment targets and will give an overview of P scales and their application as well as exploring practical strategies for their use in school.

  • When do students need P levels? A brief special educational needs overview
  • What are P levels? Background and statutory context
  • Who should be assessed using P levels? Target groups and school responsibility
  • What do the P levels mean? How level descriptors relate to targets and students' work
  • What about reporting? Statutory submissions and other reporting opportunities
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