24 April 2018, Radisson Blu, Manchester Airport, Manchester M90 3RABook now
£275+VAT pp for a single place
£200+VAT pp for multiple places
Organised in partnership with Evidence Based Education.
How can we create and utilise better quality approaches to assessment which will provide more reliable assessment information? And how can we use that information to make better decisions as we aim to improve pupil outcomes?
This new conference will clarify the vital links between curriculum, pedagogy and assessment, and is a unique opportunity to re-think your approach to assessment in the classroom.
Through a series of keynotes and workshops, delegates will gain an understanding of what it takes to establish a culture of efficient assessment practice in their organisation, and provide practical examples of effective practice in both formative and summative assessment.
This conference is designed for senior leaders and colleagues who lead assessment in both primary and secondary phases, and including multi-academy trusts.
Suzanne O’Farrell, ASCL Curriculum and Assessment Specialist
Dr Stuart Kime, Director of Education, Evidence Based Education
Sean Harford, National Director, Education, Ofsted
Harry Fletcher-Wood, Associate Dean, Institute for Teaching
Allana Gay, Deputy Headteacher, Lea Valley Primary School, Tottenham
Phil Stock, Deputy Headteacher, Greenshaw High School, Sutton
Daisy Christodoulou, Director of Education, No More Marking