Press Release (ePRNews.com) - LEEDS, England - Apr 25, 2016 - With the introduction of new accountability measures including Progress 8 and EBacc, the implementation of the more rigorous GCSE qualifications, and the removal of national curriculum levels, Capita’s Secondary Performance and Assessment Conference (30th June, Leeds) is aptly timed to prepare you for the changes and ensure you can continue improving the progress and attainment of your students.
Key topics covered include assessing methods for tracking progress without levels, curriculum planning for Progress 8 and EBacc requirements and liaising with primary feeder schools to monitor the progression of pupil attainment.
Attend to explore innovative approaches on how to measure student progress, provide a balanced curriculum offer to accommodate the new accountability measures and ensure pupils are ready for the new GCSE content and formats.
Benefits of attending:
-Hear from a Progress 8 ‘early opt-in’ school on how to maximise your Progress 8 score
-Examine novel Key Stage 3 assessment models that ensure deep learning and secure knowledge
-Learn about strategies for engaging with students and staff to take ownership of pupil progress
-Benefit from an interactive session and the opportunity to network with colleagues to share ideas and discuss strategies for developing effective assessment frameworks
-Explore how to use data and self-evaluation to lead school improvement
-Assess the changes to secondary accountability including the new headline indicators and post-16 accountability
-Take away ideas for overcoming the challenges around the transition of pupils from Key Stage 2 to Key Stage
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