To enable Year 2 teachers to effectively undertake end of Key Stage 1 statutory assessment.
This will be a half-day event at The National Star College Ullenwood at a cost of £60 per delegate. The meeting will enable teachers to:
Please note this is a repeat of the CPD events ran in January 2018 if you attended any of these events you do not need to attend this event.
- understand and follow the statutory requirements set out in the 2018 KS1 Assessment and Reporting Arrangements (ARA)
- make robust and accurate evidence based teacher assessment in reading, writing and mathematics.
In order to engage fully with the aims of the day, delegates are asked to bring the following with you on the day. A. SAMPLES OF PUPILS’ WORK For up to three pupils, please bring samples of writing to inform discussions on standardisation and moderation throughout the day.
B. NATIONAL CURRICULUM IN ENGLAND KS1 and KS2 English programmes of study (pp 1-22: Aims for English, ‘Spoken language’ and KS1 PoS; pp 39-48: Appendix 1 ‘Spelling’; pp 63-88: ‘Phonetic Alphabet’, Appendix 2 ‘Vocabulary, grammar and punctuation’ and ‘Glossary for the PoS for English’)
KS1 and KS2 Mathematics programmes of study (pp 1-16 Aims for mathematics and KS1 PoS)
C. 2018 KS1 TEACHER ASSESSMENT [please familiarise yourself with each of these) Teacher assessment frameworks at the end of KS1 These frameworks are to be used by teachers to make teacher assessment judgements for pupils at the end of KS1 in reading, writing, mathematics and science. They are for use in the 2017/18 academic year.
Interim pre-KS1 standards The pre-key stage standards are for pupils who are working below the overall standard of national curriculum tests. They are for use in the 2017/18 academic year.
2018 KS1 teacher assessment guidance Support for schools and LAs involved in the administration and moderation of statutory KS1 teacher assessment.
2018 teacher assessment exemplifications: KS1 English writing Jamie, Kim and Ali: examples of pupils' work to support teachers' assessment of English writing at the end of KS1.