Evaluating Achievement In The Primary School:
Four day Primary Course:
Book 2 places and get the third FREE
So did you take a peek behind door number 15?
Take a look now to see how to get a free place on the four day course Evaluating Achievement In The Primary School.
This four day course is designed to help and support middle and senior leaders. The four days cover the following:
- Day 1: Sampling Pupils’ Work Effectively using the September 2015 Common Inspection Framework and the School Inspection Handbook.
- Day 2: How To Use RAISE Online Effectively In The Primary School.
- Day 3: Evaluating Achievement and Tracking Progress in the Primary School: Including the Principles of Assessment and Life after Levels.
- Day 4: Lesson Observation: using the September 2015 inspection framework to evaluate teaching, learning and assessment in the primary school.
The offer: Buy 2 Places + Get One Place FREE
Book 2 places on the 4 Day Primary Special: Evaluating Achievement In The Primary School at the standard price of £780+VAT per place and get 1 place FREE.
Delegates don’t have to be from the same school so please feel free to collaborate with another local school in order to access this discount.
But be quick – there are only 7 places left
A brief over view:
Day 1: Sampling Pupils’ Work Effectively
Participants are taught to use work sampling as part of school self-evaluation. The training includes applying Ofsted criteria, criterion referenced assessment, evaluating the standards attained and the achievement of pupils, completing records, collating information, and planning action to bring about improvement.
Day 2: How To Use RAISE Online Effectively
This section of the four day course helps participants to develop basic data literacy skills and improve their knowledge of RAISE online. The training is practical and skill based. The training includes the use of the RAISE, tracking data, Foundation Stage assessments, National Curriculum assessments, teacher assessments, point scores, benchmarked data, value added measures, and predictive data.
Day 3: Evaluating Achievement and Tracking Progress
This section of the four day course helps participants use assessment efficiently and effectively to evaluate the performance of individuals and groups, and to track their progress over time. Tutorial sessions are followed by practical work, with guidance and mentoring provided by the consultant. The procedures shown are simple and easy to use. By the end of the course, trainees will be able to make judgements using progress data and be familiar with progress tracking methodology.
Day 4: Lesson Observation: using the September 2015 inspection framework to evaluate teaching, learning and assessment in the primary school
Day 4 is practical and skill based. Participants are taught to use structured observation as part of school self-evaluation. The training includes applying inspection criteria to lessons observed, evaluating the quality of learning and of teaching and linking the two, evaluating the pupil outcomes, completing evidence forms, feeding back to teachers, and planning action to bring about improvement. Being able to observe lessons and other aspects of provision purposefully, efficiently and effectively is essential to good management. Lesson observation is integral to school self-evaluation and invaluable when diagnosing the causes of strengths and weakness in school performance. This course explores issues surrounding the use of observation as a management tool for gathering information and evaluating effectiveness.