In September schools will begin first teaching the syllabus for the exams taken in 2016 when the new accountability measures are introduced – progress 8, attainment 8, Ebacc and 5A*-C. How will these new measures work? What impact will this have on your school and what does it mean for planning your curriculum offer now? What will it mean for pupils and for teachers?
In this case study, Alex Smythe explains how his primary school managed the transition away from assessment levels. He outlines the new approach his partnership has developed and is sharing with others
As a new headteacher, Ruth Jackson already knew a lot about her school, she was deputy head there. How did she take up the ropes and lead her school to outstanding? Ruth tells us about Crowthorne’s school improvement planning process