Getting it together: • Colleagues with a range of interests and expertise in assessment • Primary and secondary • Implications of changes locally and nationally • Joining up assessment within schools • Curriculum, pedagogy and assessment
Some thinking points • What is authentic assessment? • What really makes a difference? • How can good practice be sustained at a time of extensive local and national change? • How can we continue to support and learn from each other?
‘Why would you rely on an out of focus snapshot taken by a total stranger?’
The Lead Assessment Schools (LAS) • 10 Primary; 6 Secondary • Particular interests and expertise • Collaborative working • Within and across schools • A good model?
The LAS perspective • Sara Gmitrowicz – Harrison Primary • Roger Hutchin – Brookfield Community School & Language College
Delegate pack • Programme • Workshop/seminars • Conference log • Evaluation sheet
A vision for assessment Ian Waine Medstead Primary Beverley Stevens Court Moor School
Paul Black and Dylan Wiliam: the video ‘No more gurus any more’? ‘Teachers are doing it for themselves’
What really makes a difference? • Sustaining good practice • Are we proud? • The value of research • ‘Why would you rely on an out of focus snapshot taken by a total stranger?’
Going forward……… • Primary networks • Secondary networks • Lead assessment Schools • HIAS expertise • The website http://www3.hants.gov.uk/education/hias/assessment.htm