Evidence of children and young people's progress and achievements will come from day to day learning and through the things they may write, say, make or do. For example, evidence may emerge as a result of children and young people taking part in a presentation, discussion, performance or practical investigation.
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Evidence could also be a drawing, report, or piece of art work that they have produced. Evidence may be captured as a photograph, video or audio clip as part of a particular learning experience.
Assessment takes place as part of ongoing learning and teaching, periodically and at key transitions. Children and young people's progress, strengths and needs are assessed as part of day-to-day learning and teaching. Attendance, behaviour and engagement.
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Assessment plays a major role in how students learn, their motivation to learn, and how teachers teach.
Assessment must be planned with its purpose in mind. Assessment for , as and of learning all have a role to play in supporting and improving student learning, and must be appropriately balanced. The most important part of assessment is the interpretation and use of the information that is gleaned for its intended purpose.
Assessment is embedded in the learning process.