Spring Year 1 GPS Assessment
Spring Year 1 GPS Assessment Resource Pack
This Spring Year 1 GPS Assessment Resource Pack has been created to assess pupil knowledge of all the blocks and small steps covered so far in the Spring term. The pack includes an SATs style assessment with 17 questions linked to all of the small steps in Spring; a mark scheme with content domain coverage, small step coverage with suggested levels and a teacher assessment spreadsheet to identify pupils working at Year 1 Emerging, Year 1 Developing, Year 1 Expected or Year 1 Greater Depth. These levels are currently provided as a guideline only.
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What's included in the pack?
This pack includes:
- Spring Year 1 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Assessment with questions linked to each small step from all Year 1 Spring Blocks
- Spring Year 1 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Mark Scheme outlining small steps and content domain coverage for each question and suggested levels
- Spring Year 1 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Teacher Assessment Sheet to help identify each child's level using scores collected
Year 1 National Curriculum Objectives:
Spring Block 1 Conjunctions
- (1G3.3) Joining words and joining clauses using ‘and’
- (1G3.1) How words can combine to make sentences
- Terminology for pupils:
- (1G6) word
- (1G3.1) sentence
1.Recognising a Sentence – sentences that don’t make sense
2.Recognising ‘and’ – does it make sense in the given sentence
8.Using ‘and’, ‘but’ and ‘or’
Spring Block 2 Exclamations
- (1G5.4) Introduction to exclamation marks to demarcate sentences
- (1G5.4) Beginning to punctuate sentences using an exclamation mark
1.One Word Only
2.Commands with Exclamations
3.Exclamation or Full Stop?
Spring Block 3 Capital Letters 2
- (1G5.1) Using a capital letter for names of people, places, the days of the week, and the personal pronoun ‘I’
1.Common Nouns and Proper Nouns in Names – mum vs Mum
2.Capital Letters for Titles – Mr, Mrs, Miss
3.Common Nouns and Proper Nouns in Job Titles – not using capitals for teacher, police woman, Use doctor vs Dr in Greater Depth to link to previous step
4.Capital Letters for Places – we may need to add more steps to cover this
5.Capital Letters for Countries – England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland; could also include some European countries
6.Capital Letters for Towns and Cities
7.Common Nouns and Proper Nouns for Places – going to school vs Bradshaw Primary School, supermarket
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