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"We've found that by using 1-12, we are able to narrow down some of our marks and grades so that our students can see whether they sit at the top end or the bottom end of that grade. If other subjects are using that, it means that we will have consistancy in the school across the 1-12 which would be ideal."
- Hayley Piper, Head of History, King Harold Academy

Hayley Piper has already implemented ActiveLearn: Progress & Assess within her daily teaching, listen to what she has to say.


What's in the Progression Maps?

The Progression Map builds on the Scale, breaking down the curriculum with clear process descriptors, any prior knowledge required and boosters for additional challenge. This provides you with a more detailed view of how learning progresses across each of the 12 steps. 


                           An extract from the History Progression Scale


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