Assessment without levels. Key Objectives screen shot.

As readers of my other blog ( will be aware, I’m working with an increasing number of schools to create assessment systems that don’t rely on levels and sublevels. Here’s the latest in a set of small demo systems that exist as a sort of ‘proof of concept’ for the various new pupil tracking systems which are being developed by schools, LAs and consultancies to respond to the demains of the new primary curriculum 2014.

This time I’ve chosen to demo Michael Tidd’s ‘Key Objectives’, an increasingly popular system that is very similar to the NAHT’s system (although Michael’s system was published first!).

You can read my article here.