Hatfield Peverel Infant School

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TARGETS

There are big changes coming with assessment and children's targets with the introduction nationally of Assessment without Levels. There will shortly be some updates for parents regarding assessment and how we will help you keep track of how well your child is doing as we introduce new systems across the school.

Targets for Reading

All children are given a Reading Log when they start school and this will contain the initial skills they need to develop while in Foundation Stage. Each time they move to a new colour band they will receive a Target Sheet explaining the next key skills you can support with at home.


In Year 1 and Year 2 the teachers will also provide the next colour band target sheet when your child is assessed and being ready to move on; they may also make periodic notes in your child's Reading Trail so that you know exactly what to help with.


You will find a summary of all these steps or targets sheets on this website and a full range of the sheets will be available at Parents' Evenings. when the teachers will share what level your child is working at and give your further detail about their progress. These are the colour bands we use linked to the common year groups that the children will meet these texts; obviously there will be some overlap but it shows the current expectations.

Targets for Writing

We have also designed some simple targets for Writing to help parents know what to focus on as 'next steps' in their child's learning. These are shared at each Parents Evening and Reporting Day as part of our Targets Display. Teachers will let parents know the current levels their child is working at so they can select the appropriate target sheets from the selection available. These can be downloaded from the links below.

 

FOUNDATION STAGE WRITING


EYS1, EYS2, EYS3, EYS4


N.B. EYS4 is the age related expectation for the end of Foundation Stage. EYS4 is the equivalent of meeting the Early Learning Goals. We have divided the objectives into 4 stages to help parents  see the progress their child is making on a termly basis.

YEAR 1 WRITING


STAGE 1, STAGE 2, STAGE 3


N.B. Stage 3 is the age related expectation for the end of Year 1. Year 1 have moved over to the new National Curriculum which no longer has 'levels'. We have divided the objectives into 3 stages to help parents see the progress their child is making on a    termly basis.

YEAR 2 WRITING


STAGE 4, STAGE 5, STAGE 6


N.B.   Stage 6 is the age related expectation for the end of Year 2. Year 2 have moved over to the new National Curriculum which no longer has 'levels'. We have divided the objectives into 3 stages to help parents see the progress their child is making on a    termly basis.

Targets for Maths

We have also designed some simple targets for Maths to help parents know what to focus on as 'next steps' in their child's learning. These are also shared at each Parents Evening and Reporting Day as part of our Targets Display. Teachers will let parents know the current levels their child is working at so they can select the appropriate target sheets from the selection available. These can be downloaded from the links below.

FOUNDATION STAGE MATHS


EYS1, EYS2, EYS3, EYS4


N.B. EYS4 is the age related expectation for the end of Foundation Stage. EYS4 is the equivalent of meeting the Early Learning Goals. We have divided the objectives into 4 stages to help parents  see the progress their child is making on a termly basis.

YEAR 1 MATHS


STAGE 1, STAGE 2, STAGE 3


N.B. Stage 3 is the age related expectation for the end of Year 1. Year 1 have moved over to the new National Curriculum which no longer has 'levels'. We have divided the objectives into 3 stages to help parents see the progress their child is making on a    termly basis.

YEAR 2 MATHS


STAGE 4, STAGE 5, STAGE 6


N.B. Year 2 are still following the old National Curriculum which is based on levels. Year 2 in 2015/16 will move to the new National Curriculum when the Government introduced updated assessment materials for the SATs.