Literacy

KS2 Writing: Assessment Arrangements for 2022 - 11 March 2022

The training will give teachers an opportunity to engage in standardisation activities in order to support consistency and accuracy of teacher assessments against the national standards and using STA’s standardisation and exemplification materials.

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Cost: £50 + VAT

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Holiday Inn, 888 Oldham Road, Newton Heath, Manchester, M40 2BS.

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KS2 Writing: Assessment Arrangements for 2022 - 11 March 2022

Contents

The training will give teachers an opportunity to engage in standardisation activities in order to support consistency and accuracy of teacher assessments against the national standards and using STA’s standardisation and exemplification materials.

What you will cover:

• An update regarding key messages from STA and the Key Stage 2 Assessment and reporting arrangements 2022

• The Teacher Assessment Framework

• Making accurate assessments of pupils’ writing

• The exemplification materials

Trainers:

Mary Arnold, Commissioned Manchester Key Stage 2 Moderation Manager, Jo Gray lead moderator and head of school improvement at One Education and Laura Lodge, lead moderator and literacy consultant.

Who's it for?

Year 6 Teachers, English/Literacy leaders and assessment leaders

Age phase

Primary


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