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Assessing Progress in RE

Assessment is a core mechanism of ensuring pupils are making progress in their learning; it also enables teachers to reflect on the impact of teaching and learning. Regular assessment is important as it enables teaching to be adapted where necessary to ensure that all pupils receive their entitlement to ‘powerful knowledge’ through the curriculum, as well as making sure that pupils are developing the skills that will empower them to access their next stage of learning. Assessment can be formative and summative and can incorporate a wide range of evidence.

Below is some guidance for assessing pupil progress and attainment in RE. Thanks go to Emily Mayer for her work on the Progression Document below. 

Assessing Pupil Progress and Attainment in RE

Lincolnshire Agreed Syllabus for RE: End-of-Phase Expectations (KS1 - KS3)

Lincolnshire Agreed Syllabus for RE: Progression Document (EYFS - KS2)