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At the end of each year, children are assessed in writing according to the School's assessment policy and, at the end of each Key Stage, the statutory teacher assessment framework is also used.
Judgements are made on day-to-day evidence from the classroom, across a range of work, and there is a wide band of age appropriate work and standards.
The following samples of work are what we would hope a child at age related expectations would broadly achieve by the end of each year.
As the year goes on further samples of writing will be added to this site, including examples of children achieving above age-related expectations would broadly achieve by the end of each year.
It is important to note however that:-
- Judgements are made across a range of work, not just one piece of writing
- Age-related pieces of work can look very different within each year group
- A particular weakness in one area of writing may not prevent a child from achieving the expected standard
Further information about writing assessment, particularly at the end of KS1 and KS2 is available on the Standards and Testing Agency (STA) website.