Jodie Lopez

Changing the Conversation 4: Sharing with Parents

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Are parents clear about what progress means in the new curriculum? Do they have the support they need to encourage their child’s learning journey? The final title in our “Changing the Conversation” white paper series looks at innovative ways to…

Jodie Lopez

Changing the Conversation 3: Data, Data, Data!

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If you’re confident in your data, then Ofsted will be too. You should be able to show them the real impact of your interventions. And your data should truly reflect the day-to-day activities in your school. This white paper is the third title in…

Jodie Lopez

Changing the Conversation 2: Pupil Progress Meeting

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Is it possible to shake off the culture of levels entirely? You’ll still need to keep and show top-level data. But the pupil progress meeting is a real chance to focus on pupil achievement and their needs, rather than the…

Chris Scarth
Chris Scarth
Chris Scarth

Creating an assessment model for the new curriculum

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Following the announcement that National Curriculum Levels and Average Point Scores will be discontinued, many schools have been left unsure about the best ways to assess and measure pupil progress. But the time to act is now: from September 2015,…

Chris Scarth
Chris Scarth

Assessing Without Levels: Your Checklist for Change

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A concise guide to the DfE’s announcements, the schedule for change and your checklist for formative assessment. For the past 6 months, Classroom Monitor has been taking the lead on linking formative assessment to National Curriculum 2014. We’ve been working…

Chris Scarth

National Curriculum 2014: How to Plan Ahead Now

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Download your free National Curriculum 2014 white paper here At the end of 2013, Classroom Monitor and the University of Plymouth surveyed educators’ opinions on National Curriculum 2014 and the future of assessment. The survey drew over 200 responses, and…