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|Description||This full day course is aimed at primary school leaders, including subject leaders. This course is aimed at helping school leaders be more effective and efficient in scrutinising work and how to use their findings to improve teacher knowledge, skills and understanding. It will also focus on developing a shared understanding of the moderation process in writing and expectations across the year for Years 1, 3, 4 and 5 as well as Year 2 and 6 and how to meet these expectations.|
|Duration||09:30 - 15:00|
|Categories||Primary, Teaching and Learning, KS1, KS2, English / Literacy, Management, Teaching staff, Assistant Headteacher, CPD Leader, Deputy Headteacher, Headteacher, Head of year / Pastoral leader, Business Manager, Out of school|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||
This full day course is aimed at primary school leaders, including subject leaders.
This course is aimed at helping school leaders be more effective and efficient in scrutinising work and how to use their findings to improve teacher knowledge, skills and understanding. It will also focus on developing a shared understanding of the moderation process in writing and expectations across the year for Years 1, 3, 4 and 5 as well as Year 2 and 6 and how to meet these expectations.
The training will address the following:
· How to make book scrutiny effective;
· The use of the “7 Strands of Excellence”;
· The role of moderation as part of book scrutiny with a focus on writing;
· Consideration of how to use all information to impact on teaching and standards.
The benefits of attending this course:
The opportunity to reflect on current approaches to book scrutiny in light of inspection requirements and demands of the national curriculum.
· Improved and secure subject knowledge of the expectations of the writing curriculum;
· Understanding of how moderation can be used to inform teaching, ensure progress and raise standards;
· Understanding of the range of evidence used for moderation.
· The chance to consider a systematic approach that links book scrutiny to judgements about the quality of teaching.
· Time to reflect on how to use all information gathered to impact on teaching, improve progress and raise standards.
Receive a free 'Making Book Scrutiny More Meaningful' mini with this course.
You will also be provided with a printed copy of the presentation notes.
Standards for Teachers’ Professional Development Statement
This course is underpinned by rigorous scholarship and supported by continual development and support. It meets the DfE’s Standards for Teachers’ Professional Development in the following ways:
· This professional development course has a focus on improving and evaluating pupil outcomes;
· It is underpinned by robust evidence and expertise, and is clear on intended outcomes and objectives;
· There is an expectation of collaboration and there will be expert challenge;
· The course is part of a CPD programme designed to equip staff with the knowledge and skills required to effectively implement within their school, and sustain improvements over time.
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