TIER 2 TRAINING

PROVING THE IMPACT OF PRACTISE

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Date/Time: 

Thursday 1st July 2021, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Facilitators

Paul Barrett: Assistant Head (Teaching and Learning), St Anthony’s School

Antony Curry: Assistant Head (Assessment), St Anthony’s School

 

Workshop objectives

How do we prove the impact of our practice on progress and engagement?

Robust marking and assessment procedures are an integral part of outstanding practice, and consistent practice is vital to enable critical planning for positive outcomes. This session will explore how we can better utilise marking and assessment to achieve outstanding outcomes without creating an unmanageable workload for teachers. Participants will consider their existing practice and how they can lead development within their setting.

 

Core themes of the programme include:

  • The quality assurance process of marking and how to utilise existing marking policies

  • Identifying ways to support and challenge under-performance associated with marking

  • How to utilise middle leaders within the Quality Assurance process

Target Audience

Tier 2 courses are for experienced teaching staff (including HLTAs, teachers and school leaders) seeking to further their skills and knowledge of teaching practices in SEN settings, or those seeking opportunities for career progression. It is not suitable for trainee teachers.

Cost

£10 per delegate. 

FREE to all KsENT schools 

Venue

Webinar to be hosted Via Zoom

 

Booking Procedure

Participants MUST book a place in order to attend. To book a place please click here

Please note, this course is limited to 12 participants. Places will be allocated on a 'first come first served' basis, additional bookings will be added to a waiting list.

Closing date for applications: Thursday 29th April 2021