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It’s the Accountability Not the (Primary) Assessments

With a week to go before the Key Stage 2 SATs it was probably timely for the Education Select Committee to release its report on Primary Assessment. Continue reading

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Primary Assessment Matters #TalkingLeaders

Working with Ambition School Leadership (@Ambition_SL), we are looking to host a twitter chat on Monday 20th February 2017 from 7:30 – 8:30 pm.  I’ve drafted out a few questions below in the hope that we can crowd source some sensible answers via twitter. Continue reading

Time for an Assessment Inquiry

The last few weeks has seen the production of the Headteachers Roundtable submission to the Education Select Committee Inquiry on Primary Assessment.  It’s timely and hopefully will shed a light on a number of key issues.  I’m indebted to Sally Hamson and Binks Neate-Evans who co-authored the submission with me. Continue reading

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