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Ofsted Preparation Session 1. Marking and Feedback Ben and Sarah. This session. Ben: why mark and feed back? Activities in CTs and outcomes. Sarah: Formative assessment and SRT Next steps: relevant reading on iTunes U course and Golden Nuggets; Back to Basics workshops in Term 6.

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Ofsted PreparationSession 1

Marking and Feedback

Ben and Sarah


This session

  • Ben: why mark and feed back?

    Activities in CTs and outcomes

  • Sarah: Formative assessment and SRT

    Next steps: relevant reading on iTunes U course and Golden Nuggets; Back to Basics workshops in Term 6


What Ofsted are looking for

  • Q6 Make accurate and productive use of assessment

  • Q6 (A) Know and understand how to assess the relevant subject and curriculum areas, including statutory assessment requirements.

  • Q6 (B) Make use of formative and summative assessment to secure pupils progress.

  • Q6 (C) Use relevant data to monitor progress, set targets and plan subsequent lessons.

  • Q6 (D) Give pupils regular feedback, both orally and through accurate marking and encourage pupils to respond to the feedback.

    (Teachers’ Standards)


Assessment OF Learning (Summative)

The purpose is:

  • To measure student achievement at a point in time for reporting and accountability

  • To sort students in rank order

  • To maximize student learning through standardised tests, etc.


Assessment FOR Learning (Formative)

  • The purpose is:

  • To promote further improvement of student learning during the learning process

  • To involve students in the ongoing assessment of their own achievement


Typical Uses

Assessment of Learning

  • Certify competence using a level or a grade

  • Sort students according to achievement for setting

Assessment for Learning

  • Help students see and hit the target

  • Help teachers identify and respond to student needs.


Our Role

Assessment of Learning

  • Input six-weekly data

  • Write and update PUs

  • Help SDs and LG to assess whole-school progress and achievement in results

Assessment for Learning

  • Inform students of personalisedtargets

  • Personaliseteaching

  • Involve students in their own assessment


The SBL student’s role

Assessment of Learning

  • Work hard to meet the criteria

  • Take the test/exam

  • Strive for the highest level/grade possible

  • Avoid failure

Assessment for Learning

  • Work hard to understand the target

  • Act on teacher assessment to improve

  • Celebrate successes


Common resources

  • Yellow feedback sticker with opportunity for SRT (student reflection time)

  • Common Written English annotation posters and sheets for exercise books

  • Marking and Feedback policy

  • Emailed: key elements of formative assessment document, marking and feedback policy, this presentation


Yellow Feedback Sticker


Action

  • Into CTs

  • Use the piece of marking that you have brought to complete the yellow sticker – share and discuss

  • Read the documentation (summary of research link and Marking and Feedback policy)

  • Outcome: CT marking and feedback examples to begin next Wednesday’s session with.


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