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Introduction 1,Croydon contacts for Key Stage 1 moderation 2. Statutory responsibility for moderation 3,Key Stage 1 moderation dates 4. Key Stage 1 moderation process 5,KS1 Moderation Appeals Process 9. Key points for SLT and teachers to consider 10, Quality assuring teacher assessment at Key Stage 1 SLT Checklist 11. Suggested sources of evidence to validate teacher assessment 12. Reporting results 14, Ensuring consistency of judgement between KS1 and KS2 15.
Quality assurance of the LA moderation process 16, Croydon Summary Record of Key Stage 1 Moderation Visit 17. Appendix 1 Local Agreements 20, Appendix 2 Instructions for using USO FX2 secure data transfer 22. Appendix 3 Further information on ensuring the security of data 26. shared as part of the moderation process,Notes page 27. INTRODUCTION, This handbook is produced by the Croydon moderation team in order to inform Year 2 teachers head. teachers and assessment leads about the moderation process for the end of KS1 assessment This. process meets the requirements of the statutory guidance for KS1 moderation A copy will also be. made available to junior school assessment leads and head teachers for information only. Octavo Partnership has been commissioned by Croydon Council to deliver its statutory moderation. and monitoring responsibilities for Key Stages 1 and 2. This handbook is underpinned by the statutory requirements in the Assessment and Reporting. Arrangements 2019 and the 2019 teacher assessment guidance for KS1 and should be read in. conjunction with these documents They can be found on the GOV UK website. https www gov uk government publications 2019 key stage 1 assessment and reporting. arrangements ara, https www gov uk government publications key stage 1 teacher assessment guidance.
This handbook does not substitute or replace STA key documents but should be read in conjunction. with them The purpose of this handbook is to provide schools with information about the Croydon. moderation process to highlight local agreements and to clarify the roles and responsibilities of. those involved, Teacher assessment TA is the main focus for end of KS1 assessment and reporting It is carried out. as part of teaching and learning, TA provides a judgement that is based on knowledge of how the pupil has performed over time and in. a variety of contexts, In 2019 KS1 TA judgements must be submitted for reading writing mathematics and science using. the TA frameworks, https assets publishing service gov uk government uploads system uploads attachment dat. a file 740343 2018, 19 teacher assessment frameworks at the end of key stage 1 WEBHO pdf.
the pre key stage standards, https assets publishing service gov uk government uploads system uploads attachment dat. a file 738696 2018 19 Pre key stage 1, pupils working below the national curriculum a pdf. P scales 1 4,Croydon Contacts For Key Stage 1 Moderation. KS1 Strategic Lead,Shelley Davies shelley davies croydon gov uk. Moderation Manager, Ann Longfield ann longfield octavopartnership org 07920 657803.
KS1 Lead Moderators,Sophie Barfield,Jane Byers,Sally Dubben. Rachel Fox,Anna Ljumovic,Joyce Lydford,Donna Rankine. Michelle Spain,Joanne Wallin,Moderation Team for 2018 19. Sophie Barfield Assistant Headteacher and Year 2 Teacher St John s C E Primary School. Jane Byers Deputy Headteacher Fairchildes Primary School. Stefania Campbell Assistant Headteacher and Year 2 Teacher Elmwood Infant School. Taibah Cashmiri Year 2 Lead Beulah Infant School, Charlotte Clarkson Assistant Headteacher and KS1 Lead. Kati Cock Lower School Phase Leader Beaumont Primary School. Laura Coppin Year 2 Teacher Chestnut Park Primary School. Justyna Cross Year 2 Teacher Forest Academy, Sally Dubben Deputy Headteacher New Valley Primary School.
Laura Evry Assistant Headteacher Oasis Shirley Park Academy. Helen Gilroy Year 2 Leader and School Improvement Leader Elmwood Infant School. Gavin Govinden Acting Assistant Headteacher Howard Primary School. Bethany Gower Year 2 Teacher Oasis Ryelands Academy. Lisa Ann Greer KS1 Leader Applegarth Academy, Anna Ljumovic Improvement Adviser Octavo Partnership. Ann Longfield KS1 Moderation Manager Octavo Partnership. Joyce Lydford Improvement Adviser Octavo Partnership. Monica Mortali Ellis Y2 teacher and SLT Gresham Primary School. Rebecca Mould Year 2 Teacher Woodcote Primary School. Donna Rankine Year 2 Learning and Teaching Leader Rockmount Primary School. Kate Reed Assistant Headteacher The Woodside Academy. Donna Rochford Assistant Headteacher and Head of Year 2 Wolsey Academy. Michelle Spain Assistant Headteacher Regina Coeli Catholic Primary School. Jo Waters Deputy Headteacher Ecclesbourne Primary School. Joanne Wallin Improvement Consultant Mathematics Octavo Partnership. Performance team,Robert Marsh robert marsh croydon gov uk. Statutory responsibilities for moderation,Local authorities. LAs have a statutory responsibility to externally moderate a minimum sample of 25 per cent of their. LA maintained schools plus 25 per cent of academies that opt to be included in the LA s external. moderation provision, The information for LAs in the 2019 KS1 TA guidance includes details of the moderation process and. how to carry out moderation visits LAs must refer to the guidance and ensure they are aware of the. statutory requirements to ensure that robust moderation processes are followed. External moderation arrangements that are communicated to schools by LAs and that lie outside the. scope of the 2019 KS1 teacher assessment guidance are by local agreement only and must be clearly. stated as non statutory, Local agreements should be drawn up in consultation with and with the agreement of all.
stakeholders and revised annually A local agreement should be signed by both LA and school All. schools should have a written copy, Headteachers responsibilities for teacher assessment and moderation. Headteachers at maintained schools and academies must. give those carrying out TA sufficient opportunity to become familiar with the TA frameworks. and the pre key stage standards using funds available within the school s overall resources. ensure the TA frameworks are used to make pupils TA judgements. ensure the results of the KS1 tests in English reading and mathematics are used to inform. pupils TA judgements, ensure TA judgements are an accurate assessment of pupils attainment. comply with STA s TA guidance, ensure their school has an appropriate system to record and submit data to the LA. submit accurate TA data for English reading English writing mathematics and science to the. LA for all pupils at the end of KS1 by Thursday 27 June. complete and submit the statutory KS1 HDF on NCA tools by Thursday 27 June. notify STA of any issues which may have affected the integrity of the TA. Headteachers at academies must also, have a written agreement in place with their chosen LA for external moderation of their KS1 TA. Key Stage 1 moderation dates Summer 2019, CPD is shown in italics Deadlines and other key events are shown in bold.
Date KS1 General, KS1 reading and maths tests administered in schools 22 May Assessment leaders. GPS test is optional update,May 17 May Schools informed by the LA on or after. 2019 this date if they are going to receive an external. moderation visit for TA,22 and 23 May KS1 moderation briefings take place. 3 June Raw score to scaled score conversion tables. for KS1 tests available on GOV UK and NCA tools,6 24 June KS1 moderation visits. 26 June Consistency of judgement surgery,moderated schools.
27 June Deadline for submitting end of KS1,assessments to the LA. 27 June Deadline for schools to submit the KS1,headteacher s declaration form on the NCA tools. LA quality assurance of data from moderated and un. moderated schools,Schools to validate KS1 data return before. July submission by LA to DfE, 2019 Schools report children s end of KS1 achievements to. LA submits end of KS1 results to the DfE, The deadline for the submission of KS2 teacher assessments including P Scale data to the DfE.
through NCA tools is 27 June 2019, KS1 teacher assessments including P Scale data to Croydon LA is 27 June 2019 for moderated. Schools not being moderated at KS1 are requested to submit their data by 24 June 2019. The deadline for submission of phonics screening results to Croydon LA is 1 July 2019. The deadline for the submission of EYFS teacher assessments to Croydon LA is midday on 28 June. In the event of any difficulties schools should prioritise the submission of KS2 teacher assessments. and contact Robert Marsh in the Performance Team robert marsh croydon gov uk. Key Stage 1 moderation process,Purpose of the visits. The purpose of the LA moderation visits is to ensure consistency reliability and validity of KS1 teacher. assessments, End of key stage judgements are made against the standards in the 2019 KS1 teacher assessment. framework and where appropriate the pre KS1 standards. In addition to external moderation visits conducted by Octavo Partnership on behalf of Croydon LA. schools must have their own clear internal moderation process which scrutinises teacher assessment. judgements in advance of any external moderation activity This is likely to include. senior leaders of the school scrutinising evidence provided for TA judgements against the Teacher. Assessment Framework TAF, internal and inter school moderation opportunities where teachers are able to work with. colleagues from other schools to scrutinise the evidence for judgements against each of the pupil. can statements within the standard awarded from the Teacher Assessment Framework. It is part of a headteacher s responsibility to subject teacher assessment judgements to. internal moderation prior to an LA external moderation visit. Informing schools about the moderation visit, On 17 May 2019 the KS1 moderation manager will contact schools by email to let them know whether.
or not they are being moderated at KS1 in 2019, A date for the moderation visit will be agreed as soon as is feasible NB Schools will be asked to return. a form to Ann Longfield indicating which dates will be inconvenient for a moderation visit This form. should be returned by 10 May in order to expedite the process of agreeing a date Schools will be. moderated from 4 June onwards, Selecting the sample of pupils for the moderation visit. The school will be asked to provide the LA with year 2 teacher assessment judgements 1 as per the. local agreement A spreadsheet for this purpose will be provided Schools should use the appropriate. codes for data submission Please use the column provided on the spreadsheet to indicate any pupils. who in exceptional circumstances e g prolonged periods of absence may not be suitable for. inclusion in the sample there is no need to comment on any pupils working below the working. towards the expected standard as these will not be included in the sample The school will be asked. to send this data through the secure USO FX2 system details of which are outlined in this handbook. Appendix 3 Schools that cannot access USO FX2 should inform the moderation manager in order to. make alternative arrangements for sending the data securely Data should be uploaded at least three. days before the visit Please name the spreadsheet as follows. School name date KS1, The day before the visit the moderation manager or lead moderator will inform the school via USO. FX2 which pupils have been included in the moderation sample If any pupils are selected who would. not be suitable for inclusion e g a child who has had an extended period of absence the school. Providing teacher assessment data before the visit is part of Croydon LA s local agreement with schools In the event that a. school has not signed the agreement the sample will be chosen at the beginning of the moderation visit. should inform the moderation manager or lead moderator immediately The sample must cover the. range of standards in the 2019 teacher assessment framework working towards the expected. standard at the expected standard and at greater depth within the expected standard this will form. the basis of the professional discussion The moderator will select different children for reading. writing and mathematics to maximise the number of pupils in the sample A minimum of 10 of. pupils across the cohort must be sampled for each subject or in the case of a single class a minimum. of 3 pupils NB If during the visit there is insufficient evidence to support teachers judgements the. LA external moderator must request to see other examples and potentially expand the sample. The moderation visit, The purpose of the moderation visit is to confirm that teacher assessment judgements for KS1 are. accurate and consistent with national standards Moderators will look at a range of assessment. information for at least three children from each Year 2 class typically one working towards the. expected standard one working at the expected standard and one working at greater depth within. the expected standard There will be at least two moderators and generally for larger schools the. equivalent of one moderator per class 2 If there are any additional personnel present the reasons will. be communicated clearly to the school e g for quality assurance purposes LA or STA QA The lead. moderator will send an agenda to the school ahead of time outlining the structure of the visit. Ensuring consistency of judgement between KS1 and KS2 15 Quality assurance of the LA moderation process 16 Croydon Summary Record of Key Stage 1 Moderation Visit 17 Appendix 1 Local Agreements 20 Appendix 2 Instructions for using USO FX2 secure data transfer 22 Appendix 3 Further information on ensuring the security of data shared as part of the moderation process 26 Notes

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