Our teachers think the Progress Test Series is fantastic. It validates their thoughts and gives them confidence that their judgment is right from an objective point of view.
Mark Dakin, Headteacher, St Giles Primary

Progress Test Series

Making it easy for you to measure progress reliably in the wake of recent curriculum changes, the Progress Test Series (PT Series) in English, maths and science delivers a detailed, accurate, and clear picture of each pupil’s attainment and progress.

The test can be used year-on-year, takes less than 80 minutes to administer and is marked externally, helping to reduce teacher workload. The reports within Progress Test in English and Progress Test in Maths feature a new indicator showing potential student attainment at the end of KS2 and GCSE. Find out more>>.

As a trusted and robust assessment; the new standardisation for PTE and PTM is based on 85,000 pupils.

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Progress Test in English

Assess pupils’ technical English skills (spelling, grammar and punctuation) and reading comprehension.

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Progress Test in Maths

Monitor pupils’ mathematical skills and knowledge, in areas such as number, shape, data handling and algebra.

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Progress Test in Science

Measure two dimensions of science learning: science content knowledge and understanding, and working scientifically (applying science skills).

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With the introduction of Progress 8, Westhoughton High School is using CDS to make sure every student reaches their Attainment 8 expectations.

Life after levels: Supporting the whole child

The Maharishi Free School has taken the removal of national curriculum levels as an opportunity to assess children in a more holistic way

Making exceptional progress at The Gleddings Preparatory School

Ensuring all pupils including those with SEND or EAL and the most able, achieve highly with rigorous and robust system of tracking

Progress Test Series: Supporting attainment for all at St Giles Primary CE School

Meeting the needs of individual children - rely on robust and trustworthy assessments to track their progress