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Progress in Reading Assessment (PiRA) 6 Full Year Value Pack

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Progress in Reading Assessment (PiRA) 6 Full 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 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 Autumn, Spring and Summer test papers for Year 6 (ie 30 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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Hodder Education

Publication date

28th January 2011

ISBN

9781444135893


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