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      Assessment against initial baseline

      Assessment against initial baseline

      This resource is to assess students with an Education, Care and Health Plan (EHCP) that can be used year on year to assess students against their initial baseline assessment. This resource would work well with Baseline Assessment for new students (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/baseline-assessment-summary-sheet-11675225?theme=1). This resource will help evidence progress students, particularly those with SEND needs, make year on year- always useful for Ofsted, LEA and parents.

      By GoldSEN

      Baseline Assessment Summary Sheet

      Baseline Assessment Summary Sheet

      This resource is to fully assess students who will have an Education, health and care plan (EHCP) when they join a new school. It assesses all aspects of a students well being and then fragments them in into micro assessments so that progress a students makes in all areas of their school life can be assessed. This includes personal care, mobility, communication and behaviour. This assessment can then be re-assessed year on year against the initial baseline to demonstrate progress against the baseline and the students entry into a new education establishment. Always useful when Ofsetd or the LEA needs evidence of student progress.

      By GoldSEN

      KS2-4 Flight Path (Attainment & Progress). RaiseOnline

      KS2-4 Flight Path (Attainment & Progress). RaiseOnline

      Simply copy and paste the names of your students in the columns highlighted along with their KS2 performance data and the spreadsheet will automatically calculate their estimated attainment 8 score. It will also break this down into their estimate scores in English, Mathematics, Ebacc subjects and Open basket subjects. Students will also be given an aspirational target which can be shared with them.

      By sferguson187

      All your 1-9 generators in one bundle

      All your 1-9 generators in one bundle

      A generator for 1- 9 (use fo KS3 or non tiered tests whole school) Foundation Generator (1-5) Caps students at 5H Higher Generator (4-9) Limits students to standards N,4,5,6,7,8,9,. Simply, you enter you test scores and it spits out grade boundaries from 1 - 9 (each standard broken into 3 confidence levels). Wait there is more, it uses the spread of you data to assign boundaries. Set a test too hard? No problem, no longer do you need to moderate and adjust boundaries, it does it for you, no more data spikes and dips! It uses the max and minimum grades to set a range, which it divides by the substandard within 1- 9. Clever. Want to check the stretch of the test? No issue, the hand histogram show you the spread of results on your test and helps you quickly alter assessments for future use. Just want grade boundaries, click on the tab and send them out to your team, you now look like a genius! Want to save time, click the final tab where each student has their attainment calculated and reported automatically! I created this because there was nothing, we now are using it whole school to quality assure, assess and report predicted attainment at end of GCSE 1 - 9. Excel file has cells unlocked for your data entry and to ensure no plagiarism takes place.

      By Andytomjohnson

      Performance Management & Training (Support Staff and SEND Team)

      Performance Management & Training (Support Staff and SEND Team)

      A performance program designed to unite all teams with a common shared goal. Based on the concept of JFK walking into the NASA space station and asking the cleaner "what is your role" with her replying "im helping put a man on the moon". 8 CPD sessions, SEND and support staff standards. SWOT analysis and observation forms. Common goals framework developed by the support staff. Dovetails into the main school performance management structure.

      By PEinnovator

      NPQSL Combined Submission (SMSC)

      NPQSL Combined Submission (SMSC)

      I recently completed the NPQSL with a focus on developing SMSC across STEM subjects. I am happy to share my research with people to provide an example of best practice. There were no recommendations made from the assessor at National College who assessed this whereby it met all criterion for certification. Please acknowledge any citations in your own research, but do feel free to use this for your own research purposes.

      By paulfaci

      MFL Department Review / Learning Walk

      MFL Department Review / Learning Walk

      Following an OFSTED visit our department introduced this to review teaching and learning each term. Two members of staff do a learning walk, interview 4 students and fill in the form as the go. We then, as a department act upon the feedback. Following our recent monitoring visit, OFSTED are thrilled with the idea and it has now become a whole school initiative. I hope it works for your department! It is very much adaptable. Claddagh Classrooms

      By CladdaghClassrooms

      Generates 1- 9 Standards taking into account the spread of data, Good bye moderation, Hello time!

      Generates 1- 9 Standards taking into account the spread of data, Good bye moderation, Hello time!

      This is the resource you have been waiting for. Simply, you enter you test scores and it spits out grade boundaries from 1 - 9 (each standard broken into 3 confidence levels). Wait there is more, it uses the spread of you data to assign boundaries. Set a test too hard? No problem, no longer do you need to moderate and adjust boundaries, it does it for you, no more data spikes and dips! It uses the max and minimum grades to set a range, which it divides by the substandard within 1- 9. Clever. Want to check the stretch of the test? No issue, the hand histogram show you the spread of results on your test and helps you quickly alter assessments for future use. Just want grade boundaries, click on the tab and send them out to your team, you now look like a genius! Want to save time, click the final tab where each student has their attainment calculated and reported automatically! I created this because there was nothing, we now are using it whole school to quality assure, assess and report predicted attainment at end of GCSE 1 - 9. Excel file has cells unlocked for your data entry and to ensure no plagiarism takes place.

      By Andytomjohnson

      BTEC Command Words and Literacy Mat

      BTEC Command Words and Literacy Mat

      I created and developed this mat to be printed off in colour and laminated in the IT suite - I teach a great deal of BTEC and use this frequently in my classes. During a recent outstanding observation, the use of my literacy mat was picked up by the Principle where a student used it to define the word 'evaluate' during an assignment writing session. It is bright, colourful and best of all, free. I would love some feedback on this please.

      By pptgeek

      Cancer in Schools, by Jo Palmer-Tweed

      Cancer in Schools, by Jo Palmer-Tweed

      Do you know what to do when a child in your school is diagnosed with cancer? In this guide, former headteacher Jo Palmer-Tweed dispels myths about children with cancer and shares her advice for how schools can best support them, drawn from personal experience of being the mother of a child with cancer. Essential reading for all school leaders.

      By TES_Editorial