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Principles of Progression

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  • Increasing breadth and depth of knowledge

  • Deepen the understanding of the ideas and the discipline in the fields

  • Increasing refinement and sophistication in the use and application of skills

  • Making connections and transferring learning to new contexts

  • Increase effectiveness

Progress is supported by the learning descriptions which offer guidance on how learners should demonstrate progress within each statement of what matters:

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organized into five stages of progress which include key points for speed

convey them from the learners' point of view

broadly framed to support learning over a series of years

they roughly match expectations for ages 5, 8, 11, 14 and 16

independent tasks or activities

assessment criteria

3 y/o 
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5 y/o 
8 y/o 
11 y/o
14 y/o 
2
3
4
5
16 y/o 

There are 5 stages of progress between the ages of 3 and 16

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