Assessment in Physical Education: A Teacher's Guide to the Issues

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List of Abbreviations

AEB

Associated Examining Board

AT

Attainment Target

APU

Assessment of Performance Unit

BAGA

British Amateur Gymnastics Association

BCPE

British Council of Physical Education

BTEC

Business and Technology Education Council

CCPR

Central Council for Physical Recreation

CEE

Certificate of Extended Education

C&G, CGLI

City and Guilds of London Institute

CPVE

Certificate of Pre-Vocational Education

CSE

Certificate of Secondary Education

DES

Department of Education and Science

DFE

Department For Education

EOC

Equal Opportunities Commission

ES

End of Key Stage Statement

GCE

General Certificate of Education

GCSE

General Certificate of Secondary Education

GNVQ

General National Vocational Qualifications

HMI

Her Majesty's Inspectorate

HMSO

Her Majesty's Stationery Office

ILB

Industry Lead Body

INSET

In-Service Training

ILAM

Institute of Leisure Amenity Managers

KS

Key Stages

LEA

Local Education Authority

LEAG

London and East Anglian Examining Group (now ULEAC)

MEG

Midlands Examining Group

NCC

National Curriculum Council

NCVQ

National Council for Vocational Qualifications

NEA

Northern Examining Association (now NEAB)

NEAB

Northern Examinations and Assessment Board

NISEAC

Northern Ireland Schools Examinations and Assessment Council

NPRA

Northern Partnership for Records of Achievement

NVQ

National Vocational Qualifications

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