Regional Assessment Workshop: PT series Training

Regional Assessment Workshop: PT series Training

Maximising pupil performance and progress

Our Regional Assessment Workshop on Progress Test Series will allow you to examine the vital implications and issues surrounding Attainment assessment:

  • Gaining a nationally referenced ‘big picture view’ of your pupils’ performance
  • Identifying and addressing the gaps in students curriculum knowledge
  • Supporting teacher assessment with externally referenced information
  • Making effective use of standardised data as part of a formative assessment scheme
  • Helping you evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of pupil interventions
  • Helping you to track to ensure the very best Progress 8 possible for your students

Reports required:

  • PTE/PTM/PTS Group Report for Teachers (choose 1 of 3)
  • PTE/PTM/PTS Individual Report for Teachers (choose 1 of 3)
  • Combination Report w/ Progress Test English & Progress Test Maths (*Optional - If you generate this report you do not need to bring CAT4 Group Report for Teachers)

*Workshops cost £100 for the first delegate and £50 per delegate after that. If you think you may have already purchased training as part of your package, please contact the Training team at gltraining@gl-assessment.co.uk or 0208 996 3624 to confirm.

Upcoming workshops:

Date Time Region Venue
Wed, 13/06/2018 16:00-18:00 South East The Hawthorns School, Surrey, RH1 4QJ
Tue, 26/06/2018 16:00-18:00 West Midlands Greenwood Academy, Birmingham, B35 7NL
Wed, 11/07/2018 16:00-18:00 South East The Kingston Academy, Surrey, KT2 5PE

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If you're using our other assessments, click here for the details of the other Regional Assessment Workshops available.

What others say about our workshops:

“Our teachers think the Progress Test Series is fantastic. It validates their thoughts and gives them confidence that their judgement is right from an objective point of view.”
Mark Dakin, Headteacher, St Giles Primary

 

What you'll learn...

  • Assessment best practices
  • Detailed explanations of statistical terminology
  • How best to use your data

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