Exactly five years ago, the government announced that national curriculum levels would be removed – and not replaced.
Here’s a quick guide to some of my life after levels blog posts from the last five years.
It was definitely a good thing to abolish levels. As I argued here, here and here, they didn’t give us a shared language. Instead, they provided us with the illusion of a common language, which is actually very misleading. This is because they were based on prose performance descriptors, which can be interpreted in many different ways. Unfortunately, many replacements for NC levels…
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