Whats next for KS1 Assessment and ModerationWhats next for KS1 Assessment and Moderation

What’s Next for Key Stage One Assessment and Moderation? – Online Course – Monday 18th March 1-4pm

£60.00

End of Key Stage One Assessment

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Description

Course Leader: Mrs Claire Hubbard

Primary Teacher and English Consultant, Managing Director of The Teach Hub  

Claire is a highly experienced and knowledgeable Primary English Consultant, currently working in many counties and internationally, supporting numerous schools. She works as both a Key Stage One and Key Stage Two Moderator and has supported many schools in this role.  She is the Managing Director of ‘The Teach Hub’  – a Primary Teaching online and resource company, and she regularly delivers varied Primary English training to schools.  She is also a part-time intervention teacher.

‘The Teach Hub’ provides a host of tried and tested resources to support each delivered course.  

 

Overview of training:  

Do you feel confident about the end of Key Stage One assessment processes and internal moderation? Do you have a consistent Key Stage approach to moderating reading, writing and maths? Can you assess reading, writing and mathematics with accuracy and confidence? Are you able to identify gaps in learning with a view to accelerating progress? Are you new to Year Two?  

This training will help KS1 staff to feel in control of the end of Key Stage assessment with practical hints and tips, useful pupil resources and ideas for cross-curricular links. This is an informative and practical course that is aimed at English Subject Leaders, teachers in KS1 (particularly, but not exclusively Y2) and Senior Leadership team members.  

STA Assessment Guidance states – Moderation allows teachers to benchmark judgements, while ensuring consistent standards and reliable outcomes. Internal moderation is a non-statutory but vital process conducted by schools internally and, where possible, with other schools. Moderation should be a collaborative process undertaken throughout the academic year and normally with colleagues across key stages. This supports the quality assurance of TA judgements and provides a valuable opportunity for professional development. (Assessment and Reporting Arrangements – STA) 

 

Course Content:  

  • Key requirements for end of Key Stage One assessments  
  • National Curriculum information and use 
  • What happens during effective internal moderation processes and standardisation 
  • Pre-Key Stage standards 
  • Independent work  
  • Writing linked to reading and resources for supporting independent work  
  • Reading, Writing and Maths activities and resources for effective, quality evidence 
  • Finding gaps and ideas for how to address these  
  • Cross-curricular work and linking subject areas 

Please contact editor@theteachhub.co.uk  for more information.