Are students making good progress? “Questioning by teacher to “Marking in books indicated probe thinking and good progress for students since understanding is a powerful start of the year and this was strategy to scaffold learning tagged against child speak levels and demonstrate progress.” in the book.” “All students had recently “Ongoing plenaries had a baseline assessment. throughout lesson helpedMost making progress in line to show that learning andwith KS2 data. All know their progress were taking level.” place.” “The lesson objectives “The level of difﬁculty has explain the level progressed both throughout the progression, and are used lesson and from prior learning. throughout the lesson to Reﬂective questioning used to check progress and the probe why explanations move learning that’s taking them onto level 5a and/or 6c.” place.”
Are students making good progress? “Students understood their “Students show superb targets and how to make more understanding of their progress, and extended attainment level and how to writing in book showed this move on.” progress taking place.” “Student responses are tagged to “Students are developing grades - and show the students are answers and most can produce moving from pass to merit to long and developed sentences distinction. using a clear progress menu - Students are asked to improve their more than two tenses, key responses to attain the next grade connectives, time phrases.” up.” “The starter built on priorlearning. Seeing if the students “Students have clearly made have progressed with the topic progress as they are working since last visited. The learning at grade C and they were level demonstrates progress, as the 5 at the end of year 9.”topic is building on the starter.”
Are exercise books marked withgrades/levels and targets?
Are exercise books marked withgrades/levels and targets?Please ensure homework is checked andsigned/dated to show it has beenacknowledged.In depth marking needs to take place every2-3 weeks depending on the frequency oflessons including comments and targets.