NFER Reception Baseline Assessment
The practical, child-friendly baseline assessment

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References

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Department for Education documents

Department for Education (2013).  Early Years Outcomes: a Non-statutory Guide for Practitioners and Inspectors to Help Inform Understanding of Child Development through the Early Years. London: DfE [online]. Available:
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Standards & Testing Agency (2014). Early Years Foundation Stage Profile: Handbook [online]. Available:https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/early-years-foundation-stage-profile-handbook [20 March, 2015].

Standards & Testing Agency (2014). Reception Baseline: Criteria for Potential Assessments[online]. Available:https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/359832/Baseline_criteria.pdf 
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Standards & Testing Agency and Department for Education (2015). Reception Baseline Assessment: Guide to Signing Up Your School  [online]. Available:https://www.gov.uk/reception-baseline-assessment-guide-to-signing-up-your-school [20 March, 2015].

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