Assessment Without Levels KS3 (11-14)

Daisy Christodoulou on Life After Levels - conclusion

Daisy Christodoulou on Life After Levels – conclusion

From the ResearchEd 2015 and highly recommended, Daisy Christodoulou discussed the removal of National Curriculum Levels. Read Daisy’s post and see her slides on her blog you can also watch the presentation. (Daisy’s comments on Multiple Choice questions was my prompt to collate some resources: Multiple Choice Questions).

Final Report of the Commission on Assessment without Levels

Report of the NAHT Commission on Assessment – February 2014

From Tim Oates – Living in a Levels Free World

From Stephen Tierney, Life After Levels – An Assessment Revolution? As Stephen points out

“Life after levels is primarily a curriculum issue not a data issue”

Assessment – Recommended principles for schools to effectively assess their students’ progress against their school curriculum.

Beyond levels – alternative approaches developed by teaching schools

Links to the National Curriculum Programmes of Study can be found on this page.

New National Curriculum 2014 (TES) – posts on the latest on the National Curriculum 2014 and resources and lesson plans to the deliver the new curriculum.

Although for KS1 and KS2, these Performance Descriptors will be of interest to KS3 teachers also.

From Ofsted: Use of assessment information during inspections in 2014/15

Information from the DfE has been used in accordance with the terms of the Open Government Licence

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