Raw Baseline Prime Data

With the Renfrew Test’s acting as a formal standardised test to measure change, practitioners also carried out their own observations on their chosen children  across the year and measured the changes they observed in these children for a variety of factors. These factors were:

  • Child Language (Listening and Attention, Understanding, Speaking)
  • Physical Development (Moving And Handling, Health And Self-Care)
  • Personal, Social And Emotional Development (Self Confidence And Self Awareness, Managing Feelings And Behaviour, Making Relationships)
  • Literary Skills (Reading, Writing)

These were monitored and recorded once per term. Here is  an example of a completed table of the first and third term using a a sample of children:

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