Table of scores
The BASE Table of Scores Report shows a Literacy, Maths and Overall standardised score for each pupil at both the start and end of the Reception year
You will see this screen when you select the Table of Scores report:
Read the Understanding the Table of Scores Report guidance document here for more information.
The Pupil Report consists of five pages of information gathered from the BASE assessment. It provides an overall summary of a child’s outcomes in BASE along with a breakdown of their development in each sub-strand.
Read the Understanding the Pupil Report guidance document here for more information.
The BASE Class Report provides an overview of the development of a class in Literacy and Mathematics as well as in Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED) (if applicable).
Read the Understanding the Class Report guidance document here for more information.
School Comparison Report
The blue horizontal bar across each arrow shows the average (mean) score for the selected children in your school, or the average score for an equivalent group in the comparison school and an average school in England. The dots show the distribution of scores for your children and the children in the comparison and average schools.
Read the Understanding the School Comparison Report guidance document here for more information.
Inspection Ready Report
This report provides an overview for a selected group, summarising their BASE scores in Literacy, Mathematics and Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED).
You can establish what percentage of pupils are at each developmental stage in Literacy and Mathematics for the start and optional end of year assessments. We produce this on the 5 stage CEM scale and on the 3 stage scale based on the Early Years Foundation Stage levels. The 5 stage scale also summarises development in PSED.
Read the Understanding the Inspection Ready Report guidance document here for more information.
Detailed guides and supporting documents
The following guide covers this in more detail:
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