Important Notice: Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the requirement for learners to take the personalised assessments and for schools to provide reports to parents and carers has been relaxed during the current academic year. If you have any questions about your child’s progress in reading and numeracy, please contact your school.
- Personalised assessments are adaptive, meaning that questions are selected based on the responses to previous questions. This provides a tailored assessment experience for each learner and will help all learners develop their skills through understanding what they can do, the things they need to work on, and their next steps.
- The assessments provide schools with information on the skills of individual learners and whole classes.
- There is no ‘test window’ for personalised assessments; timing is at the school’s discretion.
- Learners can take the personalised assessments in small or large groups, depending on the schools’ preferences and facilities, and schools do not need a large number of devices
- Learners are required to take the assessment once during the academic year. Schools also have the option to use the assessment once more during the academic year.
Online personalised assessments in reading and numeracy - Information for parents and carers of children in Years 2–9 in Wales
Understanding feedback following a Numeracy (Procedural) Personalised Assessment - guidance for parents and carers
Understanding the learner progress report following a Numeracy (Procedural) Personalised Assessment - guidance for parents and carers
Understanding feedback following a Reading Personalised Assessment - guidance for parents and carers