Ofsted: The new national curriculum and assessing without levels
DateFri, 21st November, 2014
Time1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
LocationSprowston Manor, Norwich
The new curriculum for maintained schools needs to be implemented from Autumn Term 2014.
This course will explain the thinking behind the new curriculum and go through examples of how some schools are delivering this.
We will also explore the new expectations for assessing the new curriculum and examples from schools gathering information about progress. We will consider some of the questions about the curriculum which might be asked during an inspection.
We will also consider how to access the latest thinking and resources through social media.
If booked together with the morning course, ‘Getting to Grips with the latest Ofsted framework’ then both courses for £160 plus VAT (includes lunch).
Course name:Ofsted: The new national curriculum and assessing without levels
Date:Fri, 21st November, 2014
Time:1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location:Sprowston Manor, Norwich
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Mary Myatt is a lead inspector for Ofsted, an adviser, writer and trainer who supports schools to think imaginatively about learners’ progress. A former LA adviser, she works in schools talking to students, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the curriculum.
Mary supports schools to understand the priorities for Ofsted inspections. She highlights where schools can address the most common areas for improvement and provides resources to move learning forward. Mary’s mantra: ‘Running schools for children, not for Ofsted’. Her education blog has been described as ‘informative curtain-parting’ www.marymyatt.com