Y6 Evolution and Inheritance End of Unit Assessment

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  • The editable version opens as KWL grid for a different topic.

    , Feb 2nd
    • Hi LizzieGisby,
      I am really sorry to hear about this mistake, and I apologise if it has caused you any trouble. It will be changed shortly!

      , Feb 2nd
  • A good idea but unfortunately a little too hard. Some of the questions are not a the correct level for the New Curriculum. No where does it states our children need to know the names of the 4 most recent human ancestors. Not that is does them harm to know, it's great if they can learn it but these tests cannot be used to gather a good understanding of where a group of children are at in relation to curriculum expectations.

    If you compare the government released sample of a science sampling tests for ks2 you can see a big difference in the expectation.

    , Aug 31st
    • Hey there,

      Thanks for getting in touch it's lovely to hear from you.
      I'm very sorry that this assessment doesn't meet your needs. I will certainly pass on your comments to our resource team so thank you for taking the time to share them. If there is any way we can amend this resource for you so that it meets your needs(for example by changing certain questions) then please do let me know and I will be happy to see if if this is possible for you.
      Have a lovely day! :)

      , Aug 31st
    • Thank you for the swift response and positivity. Having reviewed the test for a second time I must unfortunately point out some errors and misconceptions. Question 9 is very misleading and could cause a rise in misconceptions with the children. Neanderthals are not a ‘stage’ in human evolution (we interbred with them!) so they cannot really be placed correctly as they lived at the same time as homo-sapiens. I think a more useful question would be to show the children a diagram of an ‘evolution tree’ and ask which species arose earliest. It is a confusing question and I am not sure the children should really be tested on knowing the stages of human evolution seen as it is not mentioned in the national curriculum. Also I think in question 11 b and c the word ‘evolution’ should be swapped with ‘selective breeding’ as they do not make sense and I find it very difficult to answer myself!
      Hope this is useful.

      , Sep 1st
    • Hey there,
      Thank your ever so much for taking the time to provide more feedback on this resource. It is much appreciated.
      I have passed these comments over to our teacher team who will be checking over the content of this assessment for you.
      I will be in touch with their comments as soon as I hear back from them.
      Have a lovely evening! :)

      , Sep 1st
    • Thanks for taking the comments on board. The assessment is much more accurate now. Any way I can rate it again?

      , Feb 15th
    • Hi abrown4,
      Thank you so much for getting in touch! It's lovely to hear from you :) I'm glad that we could sort this out for you - you can only rate the resource once but our users will see that you have commented on the improvements made! Thanks so much for this!

      , Feb 15th
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