Data Use and Assessment in Secondary Schools

Tuesday 15 Jan 2019
London
Ensure whole-school engagement in efficient data use to accurately predict, measure and support student progress

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Why is this conference relevant?

With significant recent changes to grade specifications, assessment and accountability measures, accurately measuring and tracking student progress during periods of transition can be a big challenge to data managers, old and new. Ensuring your data is accessible, effective and well communicated to your staff is therefore essential for maintaining consistency and accuracy in your data collection, to match relevant and thorough assessment.

Our event provides all the updates and relevant information required to manage these changes, whilst offering key insight from leading practitioners and industry leaders to make data use more meaningful, more time-efficient and more impactful on learning outcomes.

What can I expect?

In-depth keynotes with leading experts and a choice of practical workshops including:

  • Insight from successful practitioners on best data practice to ensure accuracy.
  • Strategies for engaging all staff in effective data use to monitor progress.
  • Case studies combining time-efficient data collection with improved learning outcomes through accurate and targeted tracking, predicting and interventions.
  • Guidance on managing the transition to new grade specifications and assessment.

Who should attend?

This event is for secondary and sixth form stages only.

  • Deputy Headteachers
  • Assistant Headteachers
  • Data Managers
  • Data Officers
  • Headteachers

What our delegates said last year

'Relevant, well-organised and very useful event. Plenty to take back to school', Assistant Headteacher, Surbiton

'Quality speakers and relevant ideas. Practical and tangible approaches to take away', Director of Studies, Oxfordshire

'Lots to think about and discuss with colleagues… Very thought provoking', Deputy Headteacher, Surrey

Exhibitors

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