Cambridge Early Years Check Together
Cambridge Early Years Check Together is a digital assessment tool designed specifically to support our curriculum. We recommend you use it alongside your ongoing observational assessment in the classroom.
Why use Check Together?
Check Together gives you an objective measure of each child’s individual starting point of ability at the start of year two of Cambridge Early Years. This can help you to plan for each child and make your interactions with them more effective. Check Together allows each child to demonstrate abilities that you may not see through observational assessment alone.
How does it work?
- is an engaging, story-based digital assessment that is completed one to one with each child. It usually takes about 20 minutes to complete.
- uses adaptive functionality so that learners see a personalised set of questions that are suited to their ability without limiting their potential.
- covers early literacy, early numeracy, and personal, social and emotional development.
- is automatically marked online. Practitioners receive detailed feedback reports which are aligned to the Cambridge International curriculum about each child’s ability at the start and end of the academic year, including parent reports which can be easily shared.
Learn more about CEM
Cambridge CEM is part of Cambridge University Press & Assessment.
We provide computer-based baseline assessments at every stage of the Cambridge Pathway for students aged 3-19 so that you can support all your learners to reach their full potential.
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