Secondary schools are in the midst of a revolution in assessment. End-of-key-stage assessments have finally been abolished and a new, highly accurate, learner-focused method of assessment is being introduced – Assessing Pupils’ Progress.

The pilot schools are already seeing an impact on results from APP, but getting to this stage requires a carefully planned, strategic approach to implementation. How will you make APP assessment successful at your school?

The first national APP conference on the 25th February 2010 is your essential guide to successful implementation of APP in teaching and learning. Receive experience-based guidance from the pilot schools on how to use APP to craft high quality, personalised learning and develop accurate, consistent assessment. Pick up practical strategies on helping your colleagues use APP to inform teaching and learning, and develop an approach to APP that fits in with your school’s current assessment practice to minimise the workload for teachers.

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

Last year’s delegates said:

“Informative, Stimulating, hands on – excellent value for money – worth the trip from Devon to London”
P.Messenger, Deputy Principal, Hele’s School

“The most informative event I have been to in four years”
A. Bulla, English Teacher, Haberdasher’s Aske’s Federation College

“Excellent coverage of topic with relevant real life examples to spark ideas”
Joy Barclay-Devine, Afl Co-ordinator, Ashton C of E Middle School

“The course materials will be of great help in developing practice in my school”
Rick Jolley, Deputy Headteacher, West Exeter Technology College

“Motivating, inspiring and informative”
Simon Lennox, Deputy Headteacher, Audenshaw School

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