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Assessment is for learning: Teaching in an accountability framework

As we hurtle towards the main test and exam season, the educational and general press has a plethora of stories…

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Moderation and Monitoring Best Practice: External Scrutiny

External scrutiny has always been a tricky topic as there are so many factors which come into play and many…

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Moderation and Monitoring Best Practice: Curriculum Tracking

In a previous moderation and monitoring blog we touched briefly on curriculum tracking. With teaching and learning at the forefront…

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SATs prep – work smarter not harder

Now that the Easter break is over (NOOOO! Give me back the chocolate!), it is time for the last few…

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Pupil Progress Meetings
A closer look at Pupil Progress Meetings, Curriculum Gap and Cohort Analysis

Moderation and Monitoring Best Practice: Pupil Progress Meetings are a great way to get an overview of what’s happening in…

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Book scrutiny
Book scrutiny and moderation – it’s not all about whether the title was underlined!

Book scrutiny can often be mis-used if the focus is on whether the Learning Objective was written out correctly, or…

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The SEND Assessment Challenge

Assessment is never easy. Not because adding the assessment into Classroom Monitor isn’t easy (obviously!), nor because uploading evidence isn’t…

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Triangulation: ensuring accurate assessment data and school wide consistency

There is a strong consensus of the value of formative assessment and assessment for learning, and I’m a huge advocate…

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Time Saving Tips For Lesson Planning

Lesson planning and the use of learning resources is one of the big three workload challenges that teachers face. This…

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