Progress in Reading Assessment (PiRA) Reception Year Value Pack by
  

Progress in Reading Assessment (PiRA) Reception Year Value Pack

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Progress in Reading Assessment (PiRA) Reception Year Value Pack by

It's great to have the suite of tests to select from, and the table showing the spread of demand of each test, so I can pick what's best for my G&T pupils. - Debbie Brown, Hambridge Community Primary School, Somerset -Get some quotes so can have different ones across pages Progress in Reading Assessment (PiRA) is a standardised, curriculum-linked suite of tests designed for whole-class use and for pupils of all abilities and supports the new National Curriculum. The convenient and cost-effective way to buy your PiRA tests for the year - saving 20% or more! This Value Pack contains 1 pack (10 copies) each of the PiRA Spring and Summer test papers for Reception (ie 20 test papers in all). - Provides reliable, predictive and diagnostic information - Varied reading passages engage pupil interest and assess pupils' reading of different types or genres - in line with the recommendations of the Primary Literacy Framework - Monitor strengths and weaknesses and track progress with the decimalised PIRA scale score , based on the termly performance data of over 10,000 pupils nationally - Allows you to test a wide ability range with a spread of tests

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28th January 2011

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9781444135831


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