Pearson Primary Progress and Assess Maths End of Year Tests: Y5 Teacher's Guide by Jon Kurta


Pearson Primary Progress and Assess Maths End of Year Tests: Y5 Teacher's Guide by Jon Kurta

These additional Progress & Assess tests will be available to buy in print format and work alongside the regular half-termly tests in Progress & Assess by: Helping to prepare children in every year group for the Maths end of key stage tests. Helping you identify any potential areas of weakness - with marking guidance to help you target remedial action. Helping you to benchmark children before they move into the next year, giving you information to pass on to children's next teacher and parents. Giving you an extra chance to target remediation at Year 6 pupils before they move into Secondary.

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Spiral bound
40 pages


Jon Kurta
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Publication date

11th May 2016



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