Copyright and use of resources
The original source of documents and references is recognised throughout the Resources section. Source materials may be used for educational purposes. Where materials are used outside of an educational context permission should be sought by originators.
The pdf, National curriculum ICT levels, is developed from the level descriptors published by the QCDA. They have a published statement of. Use is permitted, unaltered for non-commercial educational purposes, including in-house training.
The Excel workbook is published by Michael Jones. The intention of the work is that teachers and other educational professionals use this to aid and extend their understanding of the National Curriculum, the statutory programme of ICT and guidelines issued by The National Strategies.
The pdf document is developed from the National Curriculum level descriptors as published by The National Strategies. Copyright of original materials remains with them. Wording of the level descriptors should not be altered except to enhance understanding. The National Strategies provide further details on use of their materials.
The Excel workbooks are published by Michael Jones (email@example.com). The intention of the work is that teachers and other educational professionals use this to aid and extend their understanding of assessment using APP criteria. The workbooks use password protected macros to perform calculations. The password will be provided to educational professionals on request. Alteration of the scripting is permitted where original copyright is acknowledged and is used for educational purposes only.
The Year 7–9 framework learning objectives document is published by Michael Jones and developed from the ICT programme of study and APP materials published in separate documents. It serves to illustrate how the range of guidelines and statutory entitlements can be linked to assist with mapping and assessment.