Research and analysis

Making connections: a holistic approach to pupil assessment

This publication was withdrawn on 6 November 2015

This good practice example has been withdrawn because it no longer reflects guidance in the school inspection handbook.

Ofsted good practice example showing how Broadwater CofE First and Middle School has a coherent assessment framework

Documents

Broadwater CofE First and Middle School - Good practice example.doc

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Detail

At the heart of this school’s outstanding performance is the precise understanding of the learning of individual pupils. This is founded on a coherent assessment framework that continually connects and cross-references outcomes from formative and summative assessment activities. Assessment is integral to the curriculum and teaching, and feeds into robust data and performance management systems to raise achievement.