This course is focused on supporting new and experienced year 2 teachers to make accurate end of KS1 assessments. The main aim will be to standardise reading, writing and mathematics judgements across the LA and to outline the moderation process in Lambeth LA.
- KS1 statutory assessment arrangements in 2020.
- How to make a standard judgement in reading, writing and mathematics.
- Sharing books with colleagues from across Lambeth.
Shareen Wilkinson (née Mayers), new KS1 and KS2 moderation manager for Lambeth LA and Steph King (Primary Mathematics Adviser) will lead this training. Please note that this training is different to previous years as it draws on the latest Standards and Testing Agency's standardisation materials and will update schools on the changes to the moderation process this year in Lambeth LA.
It is strongly recommended that at least one representative per school attends the training so that there is consistency across schools and clusters, especially if teachers are leading moderation sessions in schools.
Delegates MUST bring evidence to support their teacher assessments of sample pupils in each subject to this training. This should mainly focus on pupils who are expected to be the expected standard or the greater depth standard (two pupils per subject). Further details about selecting the sample pupils and the assessment materials will be sent to the delegates nearer to the date of the session. However, the main aim of the session will be to focus on standardisation.
- Clarification of the statutory requirements for KS1 assessment.
- Improved understanding of how to make a standard judgement at the end of KS1.
- Consistency in judgements across Lambeth LA.
- Opportunity to share books with other colleagues.
To register for this course, please log onto Lambeth School Services website where you will be able to register (www.lambethschoolservices.co.uk). or contact your School Business Manager / SAO who will book this course on your behalf.
Year 2 teachers (new and experienced) Teachers/ leaders supporting the end of KS1 judgements.