ISI educational quality inspections (EQI's) were introduced in January 2017. One of the key findings that contributes to the overall judgement of pupils’ achievement is an evaluation of the progress of pupils of different age, ability and need. This seminar will give some background to that evaluation.
Suitable for: Middle managers aspiring to senior management, and senior managers and governors who oversee academic progress, this seminar relates to the ISSRs and the educational quality inspection framework Part 1 paragraph 4 of the ISSR.
1. The use and limitations of data
2. Evaluating progress from written work
3. Judging progress in lessons
4. Comparing progress of different age and need
5. Self-evaluation by schools
By the end of this seminar delegates will:
- Understand how to use tracking and assessment data to ensure pupils make appropriate progress
- Understand assessment of attainment data in comparison with the relevant national and international results
- Location: ISIC Training Centre, 1st Floor, CAP House, 9-12 Long Lane, London EC1A 9HA.
- Doors will open 15 minutes before the seminar starts.
- You will receive joining instructions and details of what to bring one week before the seminar date.
- Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
- Please note that if any of the seminars are full you can still be added to the Waiting List by completing the booking process (you won’t be charged) and selecting the ‘Add to waiting list’ option.
“Excellent - Serena was exceptionally knowledgeable. Best course I have attended.”
– Delegate 5th March 2020
To enquire about running this seminar in your school please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org