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£17.50 per 10-copy pack of termly tests for each subject and year group.
How can termly standardised assessment suites be used outside of the recommended test windows to evaluate what pupils have learned when they return to the classroom?
A summary of these termly standardised assessments.
GAPS is also available in online, auto-marked, interactive format.
View and download curriculum maps for KS1 and KS2.
All standardised assessments come with free access to MARK, our online assessment and reporting tool trusted by over 6,000 schools.
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The tests have provided the framework around which the MAT has based their assessment strategy.
The tests have been the most useful investment we’ve made, certainly in terms of assessment, in the eight years I’ve led the school.
Many of the pupils come from the adjacent town where there are high levels of social deprivation and complex socio-economic needs, so it’s important that there’s no pressure on the children. Because the tests are brightly coloured and child friendly, we find that many of the pupils get quite excited about doing them.
The addition of the PiRA, PUMA and GAPS... allows us to compare pupil progress at both an individual level and also against a nationally referenced standard.
Termly reading tests that empower you to reliably benchmark performance and track progress against national averages. Standardised on over 10,000 pupils in 2019/20/21.
Termly maths tests that empower you to reliably benchmark performance and track progress against national averages. Standardised on over 10,000 pupils in 2019/20/21.
Familiarise your pupils with National Test-style reading and maths papers whilst confidently measuring termly performance against thousands of pupils nationally.
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An introduction to standardised assessments. What are they? How are they standardised? What information do they provide? How can they support your school's teaching and learning?