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Assessing pupil progress - London

Date
26/09/2018 09:00 - 15:30
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Assessing pupil progress for those working below the standard of national assessments: life beyond the Rochford review

In May, 2018, the Standards and Testing agency announced that they will be providing teachers with advanced notice of the final versions of the pre-key stage standards to be used in 2018-19. In Summer 2019, teachers must use these pre-key stage standards to make statutory teacher assessment judgements at the end of KS1 and KS2 for all pupils working below the national curriculum tests and teacher assessment frameworks, and above P4.

Through this training, Lorraine will bring you right up-to-date with the new content within each of the pre-key stage standards, and how they will need to be implemented in your school.

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  • a clearer understanding of statutory assessment for pupils working below the standard of national assessments at the end of KS1 and KS2
     
  • a clearer understanding of progress for pupils working below the standard of national assessments throughout their primary years
     
  • a deeper understanding of the Rochford review recommendations and their impact on schools
     
  • an awareness of the implications for schools following the primary assessment and Rochford Review consultations
     
  • further knowledge of the requirements of Ofsted in terms of recording and reporting progress for pupils working below national standard
     
  • an increased awareness of the importance of good transition process to support children with SEND
     
  • offer a concise overview of the requirements of assessment within the new National Curriculum framework
     
  • offer relevant information in regard to Ofsted inspection and their requirements in terms of assessment, reporting and recording
     
  • provide an understanding of the current statutory requirements for the end of KS1 and KS2 and the implications for schools following the response to the consultation on primary assessment
     
  • review the outcomes of the Rochford review Part 1 and the implications for schools following the response to the consultation of the final report

Member - £225
Non-Member - £300

All primary school leaders, assessment co-ordinators and SENCos

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