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SECURING JUDGEMENT IN READING, WRITING, MATHS & SCIENCE @ KS1 TEACHER ASSESSMENT

Short URL https://schools.ealingcpd.org.uk/courses/bookings/c_detail.asp?cid=15400 
Event code SCH 19/335 
Event description

This one-day event will bring together year 2 teachers across Ealing schools. They have been designed to allow teachers, towards the end of the school year, to compare their judgements of attainment, which is in line with the expectations of the assessment frameworks.


Junior School year 3 teachers are also invited to accompany the year 2 teachers from their feeder Infant school.


Participants will be asked to bring along a full sample of evidence for pupils whom they wish to consider. Nationally produced exemplification material, offers a benchmark to support the selection of pupils.

Evidence that participants need to bring along should relate to the current school year and consist only of material that already exists. It could include:



  • Current workbooks for literacy and mathematics

  • Relevant work from across the curriculum where pupils have had the opportunity to apply and deepen knowledge, skills and understanding previously taught in literacy or mathematics

  • Teachers’ records or notes of attainment (e.g.in phonics, from guided reading, from collaborative problem-solving)

  • Reading logs, reviews, journals, self-assessments or reflections on learning

  • Any other existing evidence (e.g photographs, record-sheets, progress tracking records)


Please bring you with you examples of writing, reading, mathematics and science so that you can moderate

The evidence for writing might include:


  • Children’s exercise books and other examples of written work in a variety of forms and for a range of purposes and audiences, taken from the whole of the school year. This should include ‘rough’ work as well as ‘finished’ examples

  • Written work from other subjects as well as English, including cross-curricular projects

  • Examples of children’s independent must include writing about their own and others’ experiences (real and fictional)

  • Other evidence which you consider relevant


The evidence for reading might include:


  • Current reading book(s) - individual and guided

  • Phonics records and results of Phonics Screening Check

  • Reading running records

  • Videos

  • Reading records/logs and journals/diaries

  • Miscue analysis and reading tests

  • Observational notes

  • Reading tests and comprehension activities-oral and written

  • Guided reading tasks

  • Book reviews

  • Drama

  • Role play

  • Role on the wall

  • Hot seating

  • Freeze Frames

  • Interviews

  • Written responses to reading

  • High Quality Questioning

  • Speaking and Listening Activities


The evidence for maths might include:


  • Day-to-day work in the classroom including text books

  • Different ways of showing their understanding by representing and explaining their thinking in different ways. This may include use of resources, pictures, symbols and contexts to model and demonstrate understanding, accompanied by verbal explanation of thinking

  • Work from different curriculum subjects, although a pupil’s work in mathematics alone may produce the range and depth of evidence required

  • A pupil’s answers to specific questions in the statutory end-of-key stage 1 mathematics test, or any other test

  • Test outcomes as evidence to support their judgement overall


The evidence for science might include:


  • Day-to-day work in the classroom and may include work from different curriculum subjects - pupils’ recordings of, and responses to, their practical science work

  • Teachers’ records or notes about a pupil’s practical science work

  • Answers to questions in science quizzes

  • Summative tasks used by schools


Participants will have the chance to present their evidence, hear from other teachers, discuss their findings and consider implications for planning and pedagogy. The event will model an approach that could be replicated within participants’ schools and/or in local clusters.

 
Training objectives  
Target Group

KS1 Subject leaders/ Year 2 and year 3 teachers/ NQTs

 
Subject areas
Target audience
target audience
OFSTED areas
Professional Standards
Venue
Ealing Education Centre, Mansell Road, UB6 9EH
venue
Admin contact Shakeiya Hill (eec@ealing.gov.uk)
Event Commissioner Tina Birch (tbirch@ealing.gov.uk)
Tutor(s)/Facilitator(s)
tutors
Course Costs
Standard cost£176.00
*Ealing Learning Partnership pay as you go£160.00
CPD/Training SLA£0.00
Funding information
Start date Friday 17 May 2019
Times 09:30 - 15:30
Number of sessions 1