Hot Potatoes: A half-day round-up of hot topics for primary Assessment Leaders
DateWed, 6th June, 2018
Time9:00 am - 12:00 pm
LocationSt William’s Primary School, William’s Loke, Norwich
Target audience: Assessment Leaders
Tutor: Sue Hackman
A lot is happening in the world of assessment. This half-day briefing brings you up to date with the latest news and helps you to think through the longer-term implications of the changes coming to Early Years and the growing pressure on foundation subject assessment.
What is Ofsted currently focused on in assessment?
Reflections on the 2018 tests
How are the new writing performance descriptors panning out?
The multiplication test – what to watch out for
2 The future of assessment
Plans for the new baseline and EYFSP
Where does that leave nurseries and KS1?
Where next for assessment – what’s on the horizon?
3 The assessment of the foundation subjects
What should schools be doing and to what level of detail?
The challenges of tracking in the foundation subjects and checking at the half-way point
A free set of tracking objectives for foundation subjects
A free set of pupil ‘challenge’ passports for each foundation subject in Year 2
4 Working at greater depth
Monitoring able pupils – what objectives are we using?
A free set of stretch objectives for each strand in each year of English and maths
Course name:Hot Potatoes: A half-day round-up of hot topics for primary Assessment Leaders
Date:Wed, 6th June, 2018
Time:9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location:St William’s Primary School, William’s Loke, Norwich
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Sue Hackman was the Chief Adviser on School Standards at the DfE. Management of Assessment, Accountability and Ofsted were a large part of her remit. She was, for several years, the English inspector in Surrey. She has written SATs papers, National Curriculum objectives, been a moderator, a Chief Examiner and was the architect of progress measures.