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Changes to Primary Assessment

By Laura Lodge on

On 14 September, the promised government response to their ‘Primary Assessment Consultation’ was published. Along with thousands of staff in the education sector, I opened the document with trepidation, wondering whether the Department for Education had listened to the teaching profession.

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September Ofsted Update

By Guest Writer on

The September Ofsted update for inspectors gives helpful insight and reiterates that data is ‘a signpost, not a destination for inspection’...

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Optimising Autonomy: Bitesize

By Guest Writer on

A bitesize review of our latest sponsored research from the CfEE - Optimising Autonomy: a blueprint for education reform.

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Justine Greening’s rescue package

By Guest Writer on

The Education Secretary has announced an additional £1.3 billion for schools’ core funding over two years found from within the Department for Education’s budget.

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The Return of Best Fit?

By Jo Gray on

The Interim Assessment Framework for writing is changing. Change has been in the pipeline for a while now, there have been rumours of it going back to the dreaded writing test...

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Ofsted inspection data

By Guest Writer on

The latest Ofsted inspection data for maintained schools and academies is out. The level of good and better outcomes is marginally up on last year (75% from 73%); there are fewer conversions to full inspections (29% from 35%), but the number of schools then falling to a less than good judgement has increased (60% from 46%); and there are 97 primary and secondary schools that have not been judged to be good or better in any inspection since 2005.

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