The Assessment Conference - North is taking place tomorrow!

14 September 2017

This Fantastic Event Will:

  • Show why findings from 19 years ago are more important than ever in 2017

  • Align assessment with the purpose of learning: assessing what matters

  • Uncover new ways forward for assessment policies and practice

Who Will Benefit Most From This Conference?

  • Headteachers, senior leaders and assessment leads from primary and secondary schools

  • Multi Academy Trusts

  • Teaching schools

What Will You Take Back To School?

  • 10 key assessment principles

  • A wide range of assessment techniques to match to different required outcomes

  • Clarity on the future of:

    • In-school formative assessment

    • In-school summative assessment

    • Standardised summative assessment

To Enquire About A Group Booking Discount,Call 01790 756 756

Click here for more information regarding the event.

Click here to view the event brochure.

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