Scientists have said…: Joined up thinking

The government have now published the draft of the performance indicators for primary schools at KS1 and KS2 and are consulting on them.

Looking at them, I’m not entirely sure why it took quite so long to produce them – unless it’s because the people responsible spend the whole time going ‘Oh my, this is going to be hard to do well’. And then they just published a list of what children should be able to do at the end of each KS, which looks almost, but not quite, exactly like the statements in the National curriculum itself.  Michael Tidd (@MichaelT1979) has already blogged about the fact that the performance indicators appear to be levels in all but name, so I won’t grumble about them here.

Scientists have said…: Joined up thinking

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