A Complete Guide to Primary Data
DateThu, 21st November, 2019
Time9:30 am - 3:30 pm
LocationSprowston Manor, Norwich
This wide-ranging session will cover all the key updates on accountability, including the changes to progress measures now and in the future, and will pay particular attention to the details of the new NFER reception baseline assessment.
We will then take a look at key aspects of IDSR, ASP and FFT, delving deep into the murky world of areas to investigate, trends, and confidence intervals; before finishing off with a discussion about the rights and wrongs of tracking systems in light of assessment without levels, the workload challenge and Ofsted’s new direction on data.
£175.00 for 1 and £325 for 2 places
Course name:A Complete Guide to Primary Data
Date:Thu, 21st November, 2019
Time:9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location:Sprowston Manor, Norwich
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James Pembroke (@jpembroke) has 16 years’ experience working with education data, including 5 years in a Local Authority school improvement team. He turned freelance in 2014, and now works with Insight (insighttracking.com), helping schools across the country make sense of their data. James has worked with numerous organisations including ASCL (member of primary assessment expert panel), DfE (member of Reception Baseline Reference Group), NAHT, Ofsted, and FFT; is an active member of JUSCO (the Junior School Collaboration group), and has spoken at many national conferences including Learning First. He blogs regularly about data (www.sigplus.co.uk/blog), has written numerous ‘Data Doctor’ columns for the TES, and probably spends too much time on twitter.