We hope that the "scripts" will support you to take control of the LA moderation process in your school.
It is highly likely that at some point in your career as a middle leader you will be asked to talk about your role and the impact you are having. Whether it’s a local authority adviser, an Ofsted inspector or anyone else seeking to find out more about the effectiveness of middle leadership in your school, there are some key questions which you are likely to encounter.
NAHT Edge members may be interested to read an advice and guidance document jointly produced by NAHT, ASCL, HMC and the Association for Language Learning in response to Ofqual’s report, Exploration of assessment quality issues in A level modern foreign languages.
The information has been derived from presentations given by representatives from the six providers to NAHT's National Executive.
This PowerPoint presentation has been created to meet NAHT members' requests for a resource that explains the concept of scaled scoring. We believe you’ll find this resource useful.
This PowerPoint presentation has been created to meet NAHT members' requests for a resource that explains the basis of the floor standard that comes into effect from 2016 onwards.
We believe you’ll find this FAQs document useful.
This guide outlines a number of best practice approaches to assessment, including NAHT’s seven principles of assessment, a supporting design checklist and an explanation of the NAHT assessment commission’s framework for assessment without levels.
Following an independent report on testing and assessment in schools, NAHT developed a set of model assessment criteria based on the new national curriculum to assist its members with communication, comparison and benchmarking. We believe you’ll find these resources useful.
The GCSE results for 2014 were generally good news for students and schools in Wales after a year of change and turbulence in the system.
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