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Reducing time spent on data & assessment is THE KEY to reducing additional teacher workload
3 ways to use your precious capital smartly This is the time in pre-opening when the EFA cheque book is out for IT which can be a hugely daunting task for the uninitiated.
As schools develop their own means of tracking and showing progress, I’ve noticed certain key principles are often used to underpin no-levels assessment frameworks
Earlier this year Ofsted announced that they will begin inspecting academy chains, meaning that now is a more important time than ever for multi-academy trusts to have a full, detailed understanding of the performance of all their schools. If you are a trustee, director, governor, or part of an executive management team, access to clear and timely performance data is crucial to your ability to monitor outcomes and pinpoint areas of underperformance.
The findings of the Commission on Assessment without Levels, originally established in February 2015 to bring greater clarity to the move beyond levels, were finally published last week. But what exactly does the report say? Here are the 5 things you need to know.
Assessment for Key Stages 1 - 3 has changed, and with it the Ofsted inspection framework. As you begin the new school year, here are 3 ways to impress Ofsted with your new no-levels assessment framework.