KS2 Centre-based, Peer Moderation of English Writing

£270.00

This session is an opportunity for cross-city peer moderation of evidence based teacher assessment judgements at KS2, offering a greater understanding of national standards and expectations.

Book Course£270.00

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Description

Venue: Services For Education, 3 Holt Court, Holt Street, Birmingham B7 4AX

Important Information:

Each delegate should bring routine evidence of pupil performance derived from normal classroom practice for three, sample pupils who represent the teacher assessment framework standards of WTS, EXS and GDS as appropriate.

This course is aimed at year 6 teachers responsible for making end of key stage 2 teacher assessment judgements in writing and participants will gain:

  • An opportunity for peer moderation and review of writing across all standards awarded within the national teacher assessment framework
  • Understanding of what makes effective evidence to ensure consistent and reliable teacher assessment judgements
  • Opportunity to reflect on necessary next steps to ensure a robust end of KS2 teacher assessment process.

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About the Adviser

Denise Harris - Services For Education - School Support and Teacher TrainingDenise Harris – Adviser, Services For Education

Denise has 25 years’ experience as a qualified teacher (B.Ed, Hons) working in schools and an Education Action Zone. She became a local authority primary consultant in 2003 with a focus on mathematics and assessment.

In this role she gained accreditation as an Every Child Counts (ECC) Teacher leader and was awarded an MA in Early Mathematics from Edge Hill University. She has also successfully completed the NCETM Primary Professional Development Lead Support Programme gaining recognition as being accredited and up-to-date on current thinking on national mathematics priorities.

The focus of her current role is the management and delivery of the statutory assessment contract for moderation and monitoring on behalf of Birmingham LA. Through this role, and as an active member of AAIA, she works closely with other moderation managers both locally and nationally.