The contents of this page are extracted from our 'The Results of B Squared’s “The Rochford Review: Final Report” Customer Questionnaire' that was first published in January 2017. The document can be downloaded in its entirety by clicking here.
Schools should assess pupils’ development in all 4 areas, but statutory assessment for pupils who are not engaged in subject-specific learning should be limited to the area of cognition and learning.
Our findings show that 63% of respondents agreed with this recommendation.
The majority of respondents agreed that schools should assess pupils’ development in all four areas. A large proportion of respondents (61%) stated they currently assess these areas. Of these responses, 82% (50% overall) currently record and report on these four areas.
Almost all respondents (96%) stated that in the future they would like to have a record of pupils’ development across these four areas.
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