Chris Scarth
Chris Scarth
Chris Scarth
Chris Scarth

Come meet the Classroom Monitor team at BETT 2016

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As many of you know, January sees the return of the BETT show, the world’s leading education technology event. As with every year, the Classroom Monitor team will be out in force, welcoming customers and non-customers alike to our stand…

Chris Scarth

The Commission on Assessment without Levels

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The Assessment Commission Report has now been published along with the DfE’s response to the findings. There isn’t a huge amount to be surprised about, particularly not since the response was leaked before the summer. The Commission talks a huge…

Chris Scarth
Chris Scarth

WHAT to Measure, not HOW to Measure

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I’ve spoken at BETT and The Education Show for the last two years and run roadshows across England for the last 12 months, all focusing on ‘assessing without levels’. My discussions have in the main been variations on a theme,…

Chris Scarth

Award winning teacher joins Classroom Monitor team

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We’re delighted to announce the appointment of a new Head of Education at Classroom Monitor. Jodie Lopez will be joining us in early February and will be driving our school engagement and support. An experienced and award-winning former teacher, Jodie…

Chris Scarth

BETT Awards: Celebrating our third nomination

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Classroom Monitor has been shortlisted for a BETT Award two years in a row, and for the third time in our history. Last year, we narrowly lost out to our partner 2Simple for their 2BAP product, and in January we’ll…

Chris Scarth

Ofsted inspections in the new curriculum: tips & myths

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New white paper out now! Last week, Ofsted released a document to ‘confirm facts’ about its requirements and to ‘dispel myths that can result in unnecessary workloads in schools’. It mainly highlights the types of evidence that schools do and…