Briefing for moderated schools

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This is a briefing on the moderation process for schools that have been selected for external moderation of KS1 maths and English or KS2 writing teacher assessment judgements.

Description

 

Why should I attend?

School are advised to book onto it a member of the senior leadership team and someone who is directly involved in the assessment and moderation process in the relevant year group. The same information will be included in other moderation courses during this week so there is no need for class teachers who will be attending those to also come to this briefing. To ensure manageable numbers we request that no more than three people from any one school attend.

Lead moderators may wish to attend. There is no need for other moderators to attend as the briefing does not include moderation teams setting dates with schools.

 

What will it cover?

A briefing on the assessment and moderation process.

 

Who should go?

Maximum three per school:

  • Senior Leaders
  • Someone directly involved in the assessment and moderation process in the relevant year group
  • Lead moderators

 

Pricing

There is no charge for this briefing.

 

Venue

TBC

 

Additional information

If you can’t attend, please inform us as soon as you can before the event.

 

Who to contact

For specific enquiries about this event, please contact the course leader, Liz Lawrence, at: liz,lawrence@bdsip.co.uk

For general booking or CPD enquiries please contact: cpdevents@bdsip.co.uk

 

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