Stephen Anwyll Assessment Training
Thursday, 9 February 2017 from 13:00 to 16:30 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Assessment and school accountability – adapting to the new landscape
Primary English Education would like to invite you to join us from 1:00pm on Thursday 9th February 2017 to look at the issue of Assessment and school accountability-adapting to the new landscape, and to discuss recommendations for whole school action. Following this we will explore ideas for recognising, evidencing and monitoring pupil progress which might be relevant to your own schools including considering issues such as reporting to parents at the start and end of the primary phase. The session, sponsored by Oxford University Press, offers the opportunity to attend a half day of professional development with assessment expert, Stephen Anwyll.
Session 1: The impact of the new assessment and accountability arrangements from 2016
Session 2: Recognising, evidencing and monitoring pupil progress
All ticket prices have been subsidised by Oxford University Press who are sponsoring this event. The event is not for profit with ticket prices covering the administration of the event, room hire, and refreshments.
All bookings will be taken via Eventbrite and include a range of payment options including cheques and invoice.
This course is aimed at Headteachers, Deputy Headteachers, Assistant Headteachers, Assessment Leads and Leaders of English and Mathematics.
Stephen Anwyll has almost 40 years’ experience in education. He started as a primary teacher and then moved into advisory work, with a particular interest in English and literacy.
Stephen was appointed as a regional director for the National Literacy Strategy and later became its national director. He worked on improving teacher assessment with the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority for several years and at the end of 2010 was appointed Head of the National Assessment team at Ofqual, leading the work on reviewing statutory assessment arrangements. He now works as an independent consultant and is passionate about developing a rich curriculum experience for children and young people and how assessment can be used to improve teaching and learning.
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Primary English Education Consultancy Ltd
Run by experienced educational writer, trainer and literacy expert, Rachel Clarke, Primary English specialises in creating bespoke training for primary schools, their networks and federations. The consultancy also delivers regular open training sessions in high quality training venues.