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A growing scope of resources for practitioners to help with Teacher Assessments in Mathematics and English.

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A growing scope of resources for practitioners to help with Teacher Assessments in Mathematics and English.

#### Year 6 Maths: Reasoning with Number

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This Year 6 example pack contains a range of questions that aim to build skills in Mathematical Reasoning based around Multiplication and Division. Differentiated for Below Age-Related Expectation, at Age-Related Expectation and Greater Depth/Mastery, these questions can be used as an assessment tool or within a lesson. They can easily be stuck into children’s workbooks for them to work out underneath. Each question comes with Teacher Guidance notes to aid NQTs, RQTs as well as experienced teachers. What’s more, the guidance notes ensure the marking of reasoning questions remains consistent. More examples, like these, will be uploaded for different areas of the mathematics curriculum and for other year groups too. Hope they prove useful :)

#### Year 5 Mathematical Reasoning Questions

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This pack contains a selection of reasoning questions that focus around Number and Place Value in accordance with Year 5 National Expectations. Each question is on a separate sheet, can be easily stuck in children’s workbooks and answered underneath. In addition, each question comes with Teacher Guidance Notes to maintain consistent marking of Mathematical Reasoning. The questions are differentiated with the ability listed clearly on the top of each page (Below Age-Related Expectation, at Age-Related Expectations and Greater Depth/Mastery). More example questions like this will become available for other areas of maths and other year groups too.

#### Year 5 Maths: Reasoning with Add/Sub

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This example pack contains a comprehensive selection of Mathematical Reasoning Questions based around Addition and Subtraction. They provide children with the opportunity to develop reasoning skills whilst practicing fundamental methods. Each question comes with Teacher Guidance notes so as to maintain consistency when marking reasoning style questions. There are examples of all three levels: Below Age-Related Expectation, Age-Related Expectation and Greater Depth/Mastery. Other areas of the maths curriculum will become available shortly, as well as examples for other year groups - keep a look out! Use them as one-off assessment opportunities or as part of a lesson or as a distance-from-learning task. However you choose to use them, they will provide much needed information on how well children in your cohort are progressing in aspects of Mathematical Reasoning.

#### Year 3 Maths: Differentiated Questions

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These differentiated assessment materials are divided into the three levels of attainment: Pre-Age Related Expectation, Age Related Expectation and Mastery. Each question card consists of around 6 questions; focusing on the three fundamental aspects of mathematics: Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving. Children are expected to start with Fluency questions and progress to Problem Solving. There is little room for working out, so additional paper will be required for children to record their written answers and calculations. The questions are designed to assess whether children can work independently within the attainment level, at a pace that suits them. Teachers may wish to time the Fluency aspect of the assessment to ensure that the skill is embedded. Similarly, if schools wish to do so, each question card can be used as a distance from learning task to ensure children have retained previously acquired knowledge and skills. The assessments can be done all year round but could be used towards the end of Spring Term and throughout the Summer Term to inform end of year attainment. Answers are not provided, however, guidance on appropriate answers for the Reasoning questions are provided in the Guidance document. The main purpose of the assessments is to inform teacher professional judgement but is not exclusive to this purpose. Teachers may wish to set a question card as homework at the end of a week.

#### Year 6 SPaG Test: Mark Scheme

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This resource accompanies the Year 6 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar publication (already on TES). This Mark Scheme is intended to provide consistency when providing answers to the children. Equally, it can be useful for children to use in revision sessions. What’s more, it can help Teaching Assistants to go through SATs style questions with pupils to identify the appropriate answers. Like in the Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar SATs paper, most answers are worth one mark each.

#### Year 3 Mathematics: Teacher Guidance Bk

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This book accompanies the Year 3 Mathematics: Differentiated Question Cards publication. This comprehensive and detailed booklet is intended to provide teachers with guidance on acceptable responses to the Reasoning Questions - maintaining consistency when marking. As well, the guide provides teachers with examples of what level of detail is required when children are answering mathematical reasoning-style questions. It is aimed at both experienced and NQT/RQT’s as well as Teaching Assistants who have a responsibility for marking work.

#### Year 4 Maths: Differentiated Questions

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These differentiated assessment materials are divided into the three levels of attainment: Pre-Age Related Expectation, Age Related Expectation and Mastery. Each question card consists of around 6 questions; focusing on the three fundamental aspects of mathematics: Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving. Children are expected to start with Fluency questions and progress to Problem Solving. There is little room for working out, so additional paper will be required for children to record their written answers and calculations. The questions are designed to assess whether children can work independently within the attainment level, at a pace that suits them. Teachers may wish to time the Fluency aspect of the assessment to ensure that the skill is embedded. Similarly, if schools wish to do so, each question card can be used as a distance from learning task to ensure children have retained previously acquired knowledge and skills. The assessments can be done all year round but could be used towards the end of Spring Term and throughout the Summer Term to inform end of year attainment. Answers are not provided, however, guidance on appropriate answers for the Reasoning questions are provided in the Guidance document. The main purpose of the assessments is to inform teacher professional judgement but is not exclusive to this purpose. Teachers may wish to set a question card as homework at the end of a week.

#### Year 6 Maths: Reasoning with Add/Sub

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This pack of example questions provides teachers with an opportunity to expands children’s skills in mathematical reasoning. The questions focus around Addition and Subtraction from the Year 6 programme of study. There are three differentiated levels: Below Age-Related Expectation, Age-Related Expectation and Greater Depth/Mastery. Teacher Guidance notes accompany each question to provide consistency when marking mathematical reasoning questions. More examples like this will become available in other areas of the mathematics curriculum and in other year groups - so keep a look out!

#### Year 4 Maths: Reasoning with Shape

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This example pack provides Year 4 questions that aim to improve children’s mathematical reasoning skills at three differentiated levels: Below Age-Related Expectation, Age-Related Expectation and Greater Depth/Mastery. More examples like this will be available for other year groups soon. The pack comes with detailed Teacher Guidance on what responses are acceptable for each reasoning question. Intended for experienced practitioners, NQTs, RQTs, Teaching Assistants and Learning Support Assistants, this pack provides school staff with test-style questions; aiming to improve children’s ability to succeed in this area of the mathematics curriculum.

#### Year 5 Maths: Reasoning with (%) + Fract

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This example pack contains a comprehensive selection of Mathematical Reasoning Questions based around the topic of Fractions &amp; Percentages in-line with Year 5 expectations. Each questions builds confidence in answering reasoning-style questions and gives teachers all-important data on how well their class are responding to these types of questions. The questions come in three different attainment levels: Below Age-Related Expectation, Age-Related Expectation and Greater Depth/Mastery. Perfect for teaching assistants in small intervention groups or as a whole class session lead by the teacher, each question comes with Teacher Guidance notes to ensure consistency when marking. Other packs will become available for other areas of the mathematics curriculum and for other year groups too! So keep a look out. Other documents, like these, are available in my shop - take a look!

#### Year 4 Maths: Reasoning with (%)+(Fract)

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This example pack contains a comprehensive selection of Mathematical Reasoning Questions based around the topic of Fractions &amp; Percentages. Each questions builds confidence in answering reasoning-style questions and gives teachers all-important data on how well their class are responding to these types of questions. The questions come in three different attainment levels: Below Age-Related Expectation, Age-Related Expectation and Greater Depth/Mastery. Perfect for teaching assistants in small intervention groups or as a whole class session lead by the teacher, each question comes with Teacher Guidance notes to ensure consistency when marking. Other packs will become available for other areas of the mathematics curriculum and for other year groups too! So keep a look out. Other documents, like these, are available in my shop - take a look!

#### Year 6 Maths: Reasoning with Dec incl. £

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This Year 6 example pack contains a range of questions that aim to build skills in Mathematical Reasoning based around the topic of Decimals (including money). Differentiated for Below Age-Related Expectation, at Age-Related Expectation and Greater Depth/Mastery, these questions can be used as an assessment tool or within a lesson. They can easily be stuck into children’s workbooks for them to work out underneath. Each question comes with Teacher Guidance notes to aid NQTs, RQTs as well as experienced teachers. What’s more, the guidance notes ensure the marking of reasoning-style questions remains consistent. More examples, like these, will be uploaded for different areas of the mathematics curriculum and for other year groups too. Hope they prove useful :)

#### Year 6 Maths Reasoning: Shapes + Angles

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This pack provides reasoning style questions based around the topic of Shape and Angles in accordance with the Year 6 Mathematics Curriculum. The questions come in three differentiated levels: Below-Age Related Expectation, Age-Related Expectation and Greater Depth/Mastery. Each question is accompanied by detailed Teacher Guidance notes to help less experienced practitioners (NQTs, RQTs, Teaching Assistance, etc…). The purpose of the guidance is to ensure consistency when marking reasoning style questions. There are other packs like this for other areas of the Year 6 maths curriculum - take a look at my shop. Also, more packs in other areas for other year groups will become available shortly. I hope they help you to see what children can achieve independently in aspects of reasoning.

#### Year 3 Maths: Reasoning with Fractions

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This resource is a set of example questions that aim to give Year 3 children the opportunity to improve their mathematical reasoning skills. The topic is Fractions. The examples include differentiated questions and teacher guidance notes to ensure marking is consistent. More examples like these will become available for other areas of the maths curriculum (and for other year groups). Intended for use in class or as part of an intervention, the questions can easily be stuck in children’s workbooks for them to answer underneath. As well, they could be used as homework sheets (with parents using the teacher guidance notes as support).

#### Year 6: SPaG Test (with spelling test)

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This assessment pack contains questions assessing children’s ability across all areas of Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar and includes a Spelling Test. It covers curriculum content from the whole of Key Stage Two - so would be ideal for SATs practise. Each question has been labelled with: S for Spelling, P for Punctuation and G for Grammar. This is so children and teachers get a better understanding of which aspect is a strength and/or weakness – hence helping to fine tune revision time. The question cards can be used in different ways. Here are some suggestions: • A single question card in Early Morning Time or use as a starter activity can provide a distance from learning opportunity. • Three or four question cards as a mini-assessment. • Half of the question cards as a formal assessment. The intention of the question cards is to inform Teacher Assessment and to provide a tool for efficient revision time. A mark-scheme is provided so children could test each other in collaborative revision sessions and make notes for personal reflection. Teachers should use their professional judgement whether to time children when completing the question cards. Space has been provided for answers to be recorded on the question card – mimicking the style of the SATs Papers.