Assessing primary RE – raising attainment
All teachers and leaders of primary Religious Education (RE) will explore the how? what? when? and why? of assessment in RE and put theory into practice.
Participants will develop methods to incorporate user friendly RE assessment to check pupils’ understanding, inform future teaching and help pupils embed and use their RE learning. Through self, peer and teacher assessment, this course aims to enable teachers of RE to move towards a manageable marking, recording and reporting system.
Sessions will focus on high-quality RE tasks designed to raise expectations and pupil attainment from EYFS to Upper Key Stage 2. Teachers will explore whole-school planning and assessment models to exemplify the use of the expected learning outcomes set out in the statutory Hertfordshire Agreed Syllabus. Model questions and teaching suggestions from ‘Religion for Today and Tomorrow’ will be shared as classroom-ready examples which can be adapted to any school setting.
Making the most of FFT Aspire (secondary)
The tools and reports available in FFT Aspire continue to evolve to give schools a powerful insight into pupil attainment and progress.
This course will help delegates to use it to its full potential by exploring how to use its full range of features, including analysis of attainment and progress at Key Stage 4 (using the latest 2019 data), the Governor Dashboard and Extended Dashboard, student estimates to inform target-setting and the powerful Student Explorer.
Delegates should being their FFT Aspire username and password that gives access to pupil level data. We strongly advise that delegates check that these log-in details are working well in advance of the course.
Please note that this session is offered at a specially discounted rate for schools that have subscribed to FFT Aspire via Herts for Learning.
Primary SIMS user group - Little Hadham (EVENT FULL)
This termly primary user group is designed to provide up-to-date information on developments within the Capita SIMS software and statutory returns, as well as exchanging information on processes and procedures undertaken on a day-to-day basis. It also offers the opportunity to ask questions of our data management consultants and network with other school administrators. The sessions are free to schools that have a support contract with data management services. We would recommend attendance at these user groups to keep you up to date and informed.
With the shift to statutory status for RSHE from September 2020, PSHE has increased status in schools. This three-day course explores the role of the PSHE subject lead in this new context. Whether a new or experienced PSHE leader in primary, secondary or special school settings this course will ensure participants are equipped to fulfil their subject leader role. From ensuring that their school is inspection ready by September 2020 through to identifying best practice in delivery of core aspects, assessment and monitoring of PSHE, this course will provide delegates with the confidence they need to lead their school’s evolution.