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Writing assessment /margin checklist / moderation bookmarks KS2 Year 3 & 4 check_edit  your writing

Writing assessment /margin checklist / moderation bookmarks KS2 Year 3 & 4 check_edit your writing

I use this resource in my class to remind my Year 3/4 children of my expectations during any writing task. They are great for quickly showing differentiation or just for reminding the children of what is expected of them . I love using the 'check your writing' bookmark as it gives the children a check list of what to look for! This resource includes: 3 differentiated writing book marks (ranging from Year 4 expected, Year 3/4 developing and E.O.Y 2 expectations for my lowers). 1 bookmark to remind how to use speech in writing. 1 bookmark to remind children of what to check in their writing. I have included the word doc so you can add/takeaway criteria. I hope these are useful and help your children with their writing. Many thanks.
Chesholivia
grid to help with marking & feedback

grid to help with marking & feedback

I use this once a term to give detailed feedback quickly to students. Do not try to use this every time you mark (as if you are like me and have about 300 students you teach it's too much workload wise). You could get students to use this as part of peer assessment based upon your feedback too. I hope you find it helpful.
leigh-canning
Question Level Analysis with Personalised Targets for each child - SATS SPAG and MATHS 17 Papers

Question Level Analysis with Personalised Targets for each child - SATS SPAG and MATHS 17 Papers

This assessment tool takes your inputted question level analysis and automatically creates an individual personalised target sheet for each of your children which can be copied and printed in whichever format suits your school. When you enter your QLA, the spreadsheet with colour coordinate each cell green or red to show gaps in your overall class. Your child's total score will then be calculated and their standardised score will be added (taken from 2017 SATs conversion tables). You then have a target button next to each child's name which will take you to another sheet showing the questions which they did not answer correctly. These targets can be copied or printed to be shared with staff, parents and teachers to help with revision building up to this year's SATs tests. Please comment with any suggestions.
MattCrook
Question Level Analysis with Personalised Targets for each child - SATS Maths 17 Paper

Question Level Analysis with Personalised Targets for each child - SATS Maths 17 Paper

This assessment tool takes your inputted question level analysis and automatically creates an individual personalised target sheet for each of your children which can be copied and printed in whichever format suits your school. When you enter your QLA, the spreadsheet with colour coordinate each cell green or red to show gaps in your overall class. Your child's total score will then be calculated and their standardised score will be added (taken from 2017 SATs conversion tables). You then have a target button next to each child's name which will take you to another sheet showing the questions which they did not answer correctly. These targets can be copied or printed to be shared with staff, parents and teachers to help with revision building up to this year's SATs tests. Please comment back with any suggestions or reviews.
MattCrook
Question Level Analysis with Personalised Targets for each child - SATS SPAG 17 Paper

Question Level Analysis with Personalised Targets for each child - SATS SPAG 17 Paper

This assessment tool takes your inputted question level analysis and automatically creates an individual personalised target sheet for each of your children which can be copied and printed in whichever format suits your school. When you enter your QLA, the spreadsheet with colour coordinate each cell green or red to show gaps in your overall class. Your child's total score will then be calculated and their standardised score will be added (taken from 2017 SATs conversion tables). You then have a target button next to each child's name which will take you to another sheet showing the questions which they did not answer correctly. These targets can be copied or printed to be shared with staff, parents and teachers to help with revision building up to this year's SATs tests. I am hoping to develop a similar document for Maths and Reading if people find this useful. Please comment back if this is something you are interested in.
MattCrook
Countdown to Exams (By Week)- With tables (Edit according to your exam boards)

Countdown to Exams (By Week)- With tables (Edit according to your exam boards)

It is a countdown to exams. It has a list of all exams and exactly how long you have left to specific exams. This is calculated from the Monday of that week of revision, to the actual exam date. You can edit this document to suit you, i.e. you can edit the times you wish to revise, the exam dates and you can decide when your first week of revision begins. This makes it easier for students to organise their revision better.
nan_james4