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Assessment for learning at jhncc

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AfL Reflective Statement

AfL Reflective Statement

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  • 1. Assessment for Learning At John Henry Newman Catholic College
  • 2. Key Objectives It is the school policy for ALL staff to observe and be observed. To share best practice and all AfL and BfL strategies. CPD sessions for trainees and NQTs focus on AfL. • Star • Hinge Questions • Literacy • Students Leading Learning • Peer Assessment • Self Assessment • Precision Planning • Every Second Counts
  • 3. STAR Stop, Think, Act and Reflect All Key Stages at JHNCC use STAR. It gives both pupils and teachers the opportunity to find out how much had been understood and what is needed to make improvements. I allow 15 minutes every two-week session to read and act upon feedback otherwise marking and teacher assessment is pointless.
  • 4. STAR
  • 5. Hinge Questions Usually asked halfway through the lesson to assess class understanding of the topic to that point. Depending on the responses, the teacher can either carry on or adapt the remaining part of the lesson to ensure all pupils are making progress. An example of this was in a Year 10 creative writing lesson where the objective was to use sensory language to describe setting and emotions. The Hinge Question was: How can your senses help with your creative writing? If pupils can answer this question I can carry on with the lesson.
  • 6. Peer and Self Assessment This is a quick win provided pupils act upon the feedback given and provided pupils give constructive feedback. It usually works on a WWW (What went well) and EBI (Even better if.) Self Assessment: Pupils look at the assessment criteria given and self assess their own work. This makes them take responsibility for their own learning and progress. Peer Assessment: Pupils swap their books with another pupil and they mark based on the assessment criteria given and take responsibility for their peers learning and progress.