Friday, February 4, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
A day aimed at primary school senior leaders and assessment leads to help navigate the fog of assessment and rationalise your data life, led by Jamie Pembroke and Richard Selfridge.
Assessment in schools is often directed from the top down with a heavy focus on accountability, but how about we turn that on its head? With Ofsted’s recent change in direction, schools have license to do just that: build an approach from the classroom upwards, that works for both teachers and pupils and restores faith in assessment.
The course will:
- Enable you to review and improve your approach to assessment, making data work effectively in the light of assessment without levels, the workload review, and the new Education Inspection Framework.
- Clarify what you need to know about data: what works and what doesn’t; what is statutory and what isn’t; and what you should do to assess and monitor progress and attainment whilst minimising workload and maximising impact in your school.
- Provide you with in-depth and up-to-date information on all key aspects of data including statutory assessment present and future, progress measures, confidence intervals, target setting, standardised tests, IDSR, ASP, and tracking systems.
- Help establish your school’s assessment policy and data strategy.
The cost is per person.