There are many different methods to store records of progression. For younger children in early years education observations are the most popular and informative way or measuring a childs progress. Observations are taken place in a high quality learning environment, watching the actions, expressions, behaviours and interactions each child has with each other and with other adults. It is a good way of helping find out what motivates the child, how their skills are developing and who they have good friendships with. …show more content…
These written observation can then be stored and used to compare too in a set period of time to look at progress made. They can also be analysed for any comments that stand out and to check there are no underlying issues that could affect their education if not picked up on and dealt with, for example dyslexia. (Vicky HUTCHIN Right from the start; Effective Planning and
Assessment in the Early Years)
Observations are also used throughout the school years, along with other assessment strategies.
These come in the form of end of topic tests, checking and marking pupils work during class time and homework, peer assessment, exams and other projects and assignments and s the HTLA I would work alongside the teacher to help with these. The aim of these assessments is to track pupil progress so appropriate intervention can take place where necessary. The recordings from the findings should be noted down and set out in a simple manner, which would be easily understood by internal and external users for example a spreadsheet or a table. To make sure it is analysed correctly it can be read through or recorded by a number of different staff (for example the