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Outstanding Marking
and Feedback
14 April 2015
It is not yet an outstanding school
because…
Some inconsistencies remain in the marking and
assessment of students’ work, ...
What does the school need to do to
improve further?
Raise achievement further so that by the end of the
current academic y...
How do we do it
• Assessment policy
• Deep marking of specific pieces
• CTG completed
How do we do it
• Assessment policy
• Deep marking of specific pieces
• CTG completed
• Oral Feedback (V / Post it notes )...
Activity Dates Notes
Focus Group Tuesday
14th April
1.New NTEN cycle to launch
2. All other staff in Good to Outstanding s...
Marking and Effective Feedback /
Closing the Gap
• Given the changes to the curriculum / Controlled Assessments / End
of Y...
Outstanding Marking and Feedback 14 April 2015
Outstanding Marking and Feedback 14 April 2015
Outstanding Marking and Feedback 14 April 2015
Outstanding Marking and Feedback 14 April 2015
Outstanding Marking and Feedback 14 April 2015
Outstanding Marking and Feedback 14 April 2015
Outstanding Marking and Feedback 14 April 2015
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Outstanding Marking and Feedback 14 April 2015

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Focus Group Meeting : OUtstanding Marking and Feedback - 14 April 2015.

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Outstanding Marking and Feedback 14 April 2015

  1. 1. Outstanding Marking and Feedback 14 April 2015
  2. 2. It is not yet an outstanding school because… Some inconsistencies remain in the marking and assessment of students’ work, especially in relation to the correcting of inaccurate spelling and punctuation. There are inconsistencies across subjects in promoting the students’ skills in reading and writing, especially in writing in an extended form and for different audiences.
  3. 3. What does the school need to do to improve further? Raise achievement further so that by the end of the current academic year learning is at least good in all lessons by ensuring that: the good and outstanding marking and assessment practice seen in many lessons is spread to all, especially when correcting students’ inaccuracies in spelling and punctuation Students are consistently offered opportunities to develop their skills in reading and writing and opportunities to write at length and for different audiences are fully developed across all subjects.
  4. 4. How do we do it • Assessment policy • Deep marking of specific pieces • CTG completed
  5. 5. How do we do it • Assessment policy • Deep marking of specific pieces • CTG completed • Oral Feedback (V / Post it notes ) • Green pens self and peer assessment and feedback • Use of literacy marking and guidance especially in relation to the correcting of inaccurate spelling and punctuation. • Use of standard extended writing guidance - SMC
  6. 6. Activity Dates Notes Focus Group Tuesday 14th April 1.New NTEN cycle to launch 2. All other staff in Good to Outstanding session – Effective marking/feedback and Closing the Gap 3. Btec Focus Group to meet with SJE Open Door Week Show Case lessons Mon 27th April – Friday 1st May Timetabled lessons for staff to sign up and visit as show case lessons on effective feedback Faculty Meeting Tuesday 5th May Review of Marking policy in Faculty areas - Updated version to JBE by Monday 11th May - Review of PLC use across the faculty at KS4 Learning Walks Monday 11th May – Friday 15th HoFs to do Learning Walks with focus on CTG and marking Teaching and Learning Schedule Summer 2015 Focus – Marking and Effective Feedback / CTG
  7. 7. Marking and Effective Feedback / Closing the Gap • Given the changes to the curriculum / Controlled Assessments / End of Year exams is the Faculty Marking policy still appropriate? • Are all members of the Faculty following the policy? • How can this be evidenced? • How are inconsistencies being addressed in the faculty? • Are Closing the Gap tasks being used well and with regularity? • Are pupils engaging with and responding to feedback given? • How are/can you promote CTG further within your faculty? • Are there identified pieces of work for each year group from which staff are able to give the ‘current grade’ on pupil reports? • Are the assessment pieces at the right time in the term to ensure ‘current grade’ is possible?

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