Over the past few months I have written about making assessment both meaningful and manageable, and avoiding the temptation to focus solely on tracking through tests. I’ve also spoken at events suggesting that we should draw on the model of Key Objectives that was used on the 1999 Numeracy frameworks.
It seems that maths is the most obvious starting point for such a model, not least because the curriculum itself contains over 200 objectives. I have therefore selected some key objectives from each year group that could be used in such a model. The objectives have been selected either because they represent key content to be covered to allow access to the following year’s curriculum, or because it is the only or main time an objective is taught.
The booklet here contains two versions of each objective list. The first list draws the objectives directly from…
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