Assessment for Learning is the only teaching and learning strategy proven to raise achievement. But it is only once you embed AfL in the culture of teaching and learning at your school that you can begin to see a real impact on whole-school achievement.

Is your AfL strategy making the difference it should be? Or is a lack of consistency in your staff’s approach to AfL holding you back?

This year’s Assessment for Learning conference is your opportunity to develop consistently effective AfL throughout your school. Hear from a range of leading experts and practitioners on how you can develop your staff’s skills in formative assessment and bring AfL to the heart of your school’s teaching and learning culture.

Click here to see an overview of this event. You can also see details of the day in our conference programme.

Comments from previous delegates:

‘One of the best conferences I’ve been to in years. I picked up so many new ideas to help me take AfL further.’
G. Leighton, Assistant Head, St. Thomas School

‘Finally, I have got some real ideas on how to get staff onboard with AfL. It’s good to see how other schools have used AfL to really make a difference.’

C. White, AfL Coordinator, Coopers School

‘Great to get adaptable ideas for self and peer assessment that I can use with any class.’
J. Horner, Deputy Head, Northampton School for Girls

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