Why the KS1 and KS2 interim TA frameworks would have failed me | jodieGILblog

I am not an anti-test person. I used to love tests as a child. Yes I was “that” kid. I excelled in school through my primary years. I could read, write and do maths before I started so was always given workbooks for the year groups above mine. I asked for extra homework and was the proper geek with her hand in the air constantly. (Nowadays I even love data and have done a professional run down of the changes to assessment and tests for Key Stages 1 and 2 in my work blog. This blog is my personal rant though!)

I was top of the class in everything academic. Apart from one area. Handwriting. I…

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