Spring Term Good Examples of Maths Marking

In this piece of work, the pupil has been asked to clarify why they have sorted numbers in a certain way.  This helps develop their ability to explain their answers. 

 

The teacher in this piece of work is challenging the pupil by requesting them to identify an equivalent fraction for 1/2.  

  

The marking here, encourages the child to explains their reasoning. 

 

This pupil has been given an extension question to develop their problem solving skills.   

The teacher has worked with the pupil in this piece of work to clarify the method.   

 

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Spring Term Good Examples of Literacy Marking

In this piece of work, the pupil has been asked to correct their punctuation and clarify their understanding of adverb openers by listing some examples of them. 

The marking of this piece of work challenges the pupil by asking them to practise some mis-spelt spellings and by encouraging them to strengthen their argument by adding more information. 

  

This pupil has been asked to explain the meaning of two key words that they have used in their writing. The teacher asked this to check their understanding of these key words. 

 

  This pupil has been challenged by being asked to improve their sentence starter. 

 

 This pupil has been challenged by being asked to re-write their sentence in the correct tense.  

  This pupil has been challenged by being asked to justify their answer.

 

 In this piece of marking, the pupil has been asked a question to clarify their understanding of what a fable is.  

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What is AFL? 

AFL = ‘Assessment for Learning.’ 

Research has shown that quality marking and feedback of work is one of the most effective ways to support a child in moving their learning forward. 

This year, Heygreen has worked incredibly hard to develop the quality of marking and feedback in books and to ensure that children are being challenged in their work. 

Below are examples of good response marking across the school. 

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