Life after levels: developing models of assessment, 11 November, Manchester
Following the success of the sold-out London event, The Key is repeating its ‘Life after levels: developing models of assessment’ event in Manchester on 11 November.
Speakers and sessions confirmed so far include:
- How can we make assessment world-class?, Lucy Crehan, international researcher
- Inspection of assessment, David Driscoll, lead inspector and independent consultant
- An update on government policy on the reforms to assessment, accountability and the new National Curriculum, Kate Ridley-Moy, accountability, assessment and flexible resource division, Department for Education
- Responding to life without levels: The ongoing challenges for schools, with contributions from Liz Twist, head of centre for assessment, National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER)
- Our school’s experience of ‘life without levels’ over the last five years, Steve Walters, acting principal, St Peter’s Collegiate School
- Approaches to levelling the new National Curriculum, Kal Hodgson, assistant principal, Altrincham Grammar School for Girls
- Key features of approaches to assessment in different countries, Lucy Crehan, international researcher, National Education Trust
For more information on the event, including a full programme for the day and a full speaker line-up, please click here.