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What is APS ?
APS is Average point score, a way of tracking children’s progress against the national curriculum levels. It is expected that children make 12 points progress, 2 full levels, for example level 2 to level 4 in the four years of KS2. Thus, expected progress for a year can be expressed as 3 points. Anything above 3 points progress in a year is a good indicator that a child will be progressing better than national expectation and closing the attainment gap. Progress of less than 3 points per year at KS2 would indicate that the attainment gap is widening. This system has been discontinued and only applies to Year 2 and Year 6 data 2015. All data reported from this point forward 1st September 2015 will be set against the new curriculum and Government end of Key Stage Assessment Guidance.
Some children who have special educational needs are assessed against P level scales, progress measures and time scales are different under this system.