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Assess, Moderate, Monitor and Track Primary Science

A mastery approach to the curriculum!

Course Details

The loss of the levels in science and a move towards a mastery approach to the curriculum has left many schools wondering what the best way forward is.

During the day we will introduce a robust but manageable solution to the requirement to accurately assess, moderate, monitor and track pupil progress in science.

You will explore how learning opportunities can be maximised when good pratice in formative assessment and summative judgement work closely together.

You will take a closer look at the moderation materials and have opportunity to discuss how best to moderate your decisions to ensure confidence in your judgements.

Delegates will leave with electronic resources including a tracking system, progression grids and assessment activities that can easily be adapted to work in their schools.

Course participants will:
Establish what is required in order to track pupil progress and make judgments related to achieving national standards in science.
Understand how to use assessment information to feed into next steps in learning.
Know how to accurately assess children’s achievement and moderate judgements...
Course Date Tue 04 Jul
Duration 10:00 - 15:30
Location Wakefield
Venue Address YPO, 41 Industrial Park, Wakefield, WF2 0XE
Target Audience Primary science subject leaders and Key Stage 1 and 2 teachers.
Lunch 12:30 - 13:15
Price £129
Voucher Value £100

Course Tutor

"Debbie works in a partnership known as ‘Primarily Science’ and is kept busy producing new science resources, providing consultancy and delivering science courses, conference key notes and workshop sessions. She is a primary professional development leader for the North West Science Learning Centre and a member of the
SLC Primary Development group. Debbie has contributed to a range of innovative and well received resources including ‘Discovery Dog’ and ‘Problem Pup’ and is currently working with Kate Blacklock and Anne Goldsworthy on a ‘Key Stage 1 Enquiry Games Pack’. She has recently contributed to ‘ASE Guide"