Primary assessment announcements – 14 September 2017 GOV.UK – Primary assessment consultations: Ofqual’s response. GOV.UK – Update on Primary Assessment in England. GOV.UK – Press release: Government to consult on reforms to primary. assessment system. […]
GOV.UK – Update on Primary Assessment in England. GOV.UK – Press release: Government to consult on reforms to primary. assessment system. GOV.UK – We’re seeking views on recommendations for assessing primary school pupils working below […]
GOV.UK – The attainment of young people aged 19 in the 2015 to 2016 academic year.
GOV.UK – Information leaflet and videos about the 2017 national curriculum tests (often referred to as SATs).
GOV.UK – technical guidance on primary accountability and school-level progress measures (updated 31 August 2017).
Exceeding Expectations with Formative Assessment www.shirleyclarke-education.org
GOV.UK – Analysis of school performance and house price data to determine if houses close to the best performing schools cost more.
TES – Headteachers fear that a school’s overall score on crucial accountability measure can be distorted by a handful of pupils. Mounting pressure from schools is forcing the government to look again at […]
GOV.UK – Transparency data on A level attainment by pupil characteristics.
GOV.UK – We’ve listened to feedback from schools and local authorities about last year’s assessment and moderation arrangements. In response, we’ve produced a video to address some common misconceptions.
TES – The author of the Sutton Trust-Education Endowment Foundation Teaching and Learning Toolkit responds to academics’ criticism of his work.
BBC News Education – Students using an exam revision app say they have been charged repeatedly, even when they no longer need it or have not been able to use it.
The Independent – Eleven-year-olds will be checked on their times tables knowledge along with mandatory tests from the next academic year.
GOV.UK – Information about primary school progress measures.
TES – One leading educationist pays tribute to Professor Carol Taylor Fitz-Gibbon, who helped to create a monitoring system enabling schools to take a more informed and sophisticated view of data […]