Lancashire Professional Development Service

CPD, Bespoke Consultancy and Primary Resources

Course code Keystage(s) Presented by
SCI111 KS1; KS2
  • Rachael Webb (Teaching and Learning Consultant)

Course Objectives

• To understand the purpose of science assessment – formative and summative
• To consider current best practice and explore tools to support in-school moderation of standards
• To provide guidance and support to help develop the accuracy of teacher judgements
• To explore ways of continuing to improve the quality of teaching and learning in Science through effective assessment strategies.

Science subject leaders and the teachers in their schools need to develop their confidence and expertise at making judgements for science against the age related expectations. This can be done with in-school moderation meetings and professional dialogue using the expectations set out in the NC2014, the Interim Frameworks for Teacher Assessment, exemplification material for science and samples of work from pupils in each age phase. This session will develop the skills of subject leaders on how to manage this in their setting.

There will be an opportunity to explore free and commercial national resources to support day to day assessment and develop good practice. (ASE PLAN, TAPS and Snapshot Science).

During the session participants will discuss 'good quality evidence of learning' and to share examples from their own school alongside national exemplification. To gain the most from this session, please bring the work from one unit of science for one child who is considered to be working at ARE in science.

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