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It seems that the Government has not been listening to the strong case against the REception Baseline, says Liz Roberts

Assessment has become a political game, says Michael Pettavel

Long-awaited details of 'Baby PISA' have not been met with much acclaim, says Liz Roberts

Getting the right balance between assessment and curriculum in the EYFS is tricky - but who said it was going to be easy? Dr Julian Grenier and Lydia Cuddy-Gibbs, head of early years at Ark, give their views

Dr Alice Bradbury and Dr Guy Roberts-Holmes of UCL Institute of Education argue that the policy to bring back the Baseline is discredited and that Government should abandon these plans.

Assessment should be about making sure schools are doing their job properly, says Natalie Perera

Improving the quality of assessment information while reducing the quantity of it will result in better provision, says Dr Julian Grenier

Replacing Baseline assessment with a 'school-readiness' check would not be a simple matter, warns Karen Wickett

There's no point in measuring children too often or too soon, says Professor Cathy Nutbrown

It is interesting to see that the arrival of the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile results has been greeted with rather more enthusiasm of late, now that the Baseline has begun for children at the start of Reception.

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