What Are P Scales in the National Curriculum?

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The P scales on the national curriculum are a set of similes for recording the accomplishment of pupils with special educational needs (SEN) who are working towards the level one of the National Curriculum. P scales are split into eight levels P1 being the lowest and P8 the highest.
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