Pearson Primary Progress & Assess - KS1 & KS2 Assessments



Supporting your assessment of pupil progress and attainment 

Pearson Primary Progress and Assess is a robust toolkit for tracking children's attainment and progress in Maths, Reading and Science that helps you build a clear and well-rounded picture of where your children are against Age Related Expectations.  

Written by expert practitioners Dee Reid, Ruth Merttens and Kate Ruttle, Progress and Assess gives you a scientific foundation for assessment that is both simple to use and supportive.

  • Facilitates precision teaching with progress tests for highlighting areas of weakness and progression maps for identifying concepts you need to revise before your children can move on.
  • Simple to use whilst giving you accurate and useful data that you can share with parents, senior management and Ofsted.
  • Take a peek at some Progress and Assess samplesCarefully crafted tests that are age-appropriate and non-intrusive that still having the greatest impact on pace and depth of learning.
  • Fully integrated with our Bug ClubAbacus and Science Bug services, but perfect for using alongside any of your existing resources for maths or reading.

See how Progress and Assess is structured.

 Progress and Assess resources


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What's in Progress and Assess?

An annual subscription to Progress and Assess for Maths, Reading or Science gives you online access to the teaching guidance, progression maps, progress tests, and tracking tools.

Printed progress tests (available for Maths and Reading)

End of Year Tests (Maths) to work alongside the progress tests.

Professional Development to ensure you get the most out of your investment.

Note: Already have Bug Club, Abacus or Science Bug? Bug Club, Abacus and Science Bug come with Progress and Assess fully integrated so there is no need to purchase an additional subscription, although you may wish to purchase print packs. 

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