What Is Baseline Assessment?

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Baseline assessment is a standardised test used to assess a child's abilities and skills typically conducted by a teacher within the first seven weeks of commencing primary school. It enables teachers to identify a child's potential and helps them to plan lessons and measure progress. Areas covered by the test include mathematics, language and literacy, and personal and social development.
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