Research and analysis

Making marking matter

This publication was withdrawn on 6 November 2015

This good practice example has been withdrawn because it no longer reflects guidance in the school inspection handbook.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 St Marylebone Church of England School uses marking to improve assessment for learning.

Documents

St Marylebone CofE Schools - Good practice example1.doc

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Detail

This example shows how raising the profile and effectiveness of marking contributes to a continuous drive to improve assessment for learning across the school.