Curriculums and Subjects

EYFS

Our EYFS assessment covers the range from birth to the Exceeded Early Learning Goals (ELG) across all seven areas:

  • Mathematics
  • Literacy
  • Physical Development
  • Communications and Language
  • PSED
  • Understanding the World
  • Expressive Arts and Design

Our EYFS assessment products were updated in 2012 for the new Early Years Foundation Stage. The Government updated the EYFS Framework in 2014 but there were no changes to the assessment section of the document.


SEN

Our SEN assessment contains the following breakdowns:

  • P Levels
  • Primary Curriculum Steps
  • Primary Curriculum End of Year Outcomes

Our P Levels cover from P1(i) to P8. The content has been updated to reflect the changes to the National Curriculum in 2014. These changes were designed to ensure the P Levels worked alongside the new Primary Curriculum. The changes did not affect the level of difficulty of each level. The changes were based around the organisation of the assessment points in each level and ensuring we had the correct steps leading into the new skills in the National Curriculum.

The Primary Curriculum Steps is our new assessment structure for the 2014 National Curriculum. Our software is used with a large number of pupils working significantly below their age-related expectations due to the nature of their SEN. We decided to give schools an alternative to assessing pupils against end of year outcomes. The Steps provide schools with a framework to use with the new curriculum that enables them to work towards the same outcomes, but not refer to pupil attainment as age-related expectations.

The Primary Curriculum End of Years Outcomes breakdown structure is taken directly from the 2014 National Curriculum. Our breakdown gives greater detail for progress when working towards End of Year Outcomes.

When purchasing the National Curriculum Content from the SEN Assessment Order Forms, schools receive Steps and Years. Schools can then choose which breakdowns they wish to use. In Connecting Steps this can be done at school level or for individual pupils.

Our SEN assessment covers the following subjects for both P Levels and National Curriculum:

Core Subjects

English Maths Science

Foundation Subjects

PSHE & Citizenship Computing Art & Design
Design & Technology  Geography History
Foreign Languages   Music Physical Education 
Religious Education 

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Primary

Our Primary assessment breakdown structure is taken directly from the 2014 National Curriculum. Our breakdown gives greater detail for progress when working towards End of Year Outcomes. If you are looking at using B Squared assessment with both mainstream and SEN pupils, you should purchase using the SEN Assessment Software order form. When purchasing the National Curriculum Content from the SEN Assessment Order Forms, schools receive Steps and Years. Schools can then choose which breakdowns they wish to use. In Connecting Steps this can be done at school level or for individual pupils.

Our Primary Assessment covers the following subjects:

Core Subjects

English Maths Science

Foundation Subjects

PSHE & Citizenship Computing Art & Design
Design & Technology Geography History
Foreign Languages Music Physical Education
Religious Education

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Secondary

Our new assessment for Key Stages 3 & 4 is based on the new 1 - 9 GCSEs. It is designed to be used from Year 7 onwards. We have created our new 1 to 9 flightpath system to track pupil progress across Secondary Education. The software contains breakdowns across over 25 GCSE subjects between years 7 to 11. Teachers can use the breakdowns to identify which flightpath a pupil is on and the skills they need to achieve by the end of the year to remain on track.

 

 

 

 English Language  English S&L English Literature Mathematics 
 Science Combined Physics Chemistry Biology
 Art Drama Dance Music
Resistant Materials Graphics Food Technology Textiles
 French German Spanish Geography
 History
 Religious Education Computing Physical Education
 Ethics Business Studies 21st Century Learning Skills 

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Autism Progress

Autism Progress have created a set of progressive levels in the following areas of autism:

  • Communication
  • Flexibility of Thought
  • Social Interaction
  • Emotional Regulation

Each area goes from level 1 (around birth) to level 17 (early adulthood).

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