The 2014 cycle of Annual National Assessment (ANA 2014) will be administered in all public and designated independent schools from September 2014.
During this period all learners. The results will be used to report progress related to achieving the goals set in the Action Plan 2014, Towards Schooling 2025. The ANA 2014 Assessment Guidelines have been designed in line with the versions of the curriculum that are being implemented in the phase.

ANA was put in place by the DBE as a strategy to annually measure progress in learner achievement towards the 2014 target of ensuring that at least 60% of learners achieve acceptable levels in Literacy and Numeracy. ANA is one of the initiatives that form the backbone of the DBE’s Action Plan to 2014: Towards the Realisation of Schooling 2025. ANA targets Literacy and Numeracy because these have been found universally to be the key foundational skills for successful learning in school and beyond. The tests are administered in all the eleven official languages in the foundation phase and in the two languages of teaching and learning in the Intermediate and Senior Phase. Necessary adaptations are effected for learners who experience various kinds of learning disabilities to ensure that every learner has the opportunity to demonstrate what they know and can do in the assessment.
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