Our French, Spanish and German Progression Maps and Scales are reliable, easy to use tools to track students’ progress over Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4. Each comprises of 12 steps ranging from low (1) to high (12) challenge. An average student is expected to reach the 4th step by the end of Year 7 and then make one step of progression in each of Years 8-11. The first four steps are closer together to reflect students’ more rapid progress when they start learning a language.

King Harolds Academy has already implemented the Progression Service into a number of subjects, listen to what they have to say.

A range of assessments, mapped to the Progression Scale, can be used to support in-school summative reporting. Take a look at the full range of assessments available now and the assessments coming soon. 

Why does the Progression Scale have 12 steps? Why not nine steps to align to the new GCSE 9-1 grades?



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