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1 Curriculum and Assessment workshop Wednesday 4 th November 2015

2 Aims for the session To identify the key changes in the National Curriculum To identify the changes in assessment under the new National Curriculum.

3 What is the National Curriculum? The National Curriculum sets out the programmes of study for key subjects in primary and secondary schools in England. It tells us what the children are supposed to learn but it doesn t tell the school how to teach it. At Caton St Paul s we follow: Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum in Reception Key stage 1 National Curriculum in Years 1-2 Key stage 2 National Curriculum in Years 3-6

4 New National Curriculum We are now required to follow a new National Curriculum framework, as set out by the government. In the last academic year, , children in year 2 and 6 followed the framework of the previous curriculum, whilst other groups moved to the new curriculum. From September 2015, at primary level, this requirement applies to all years from year 1 to year 6.

5 Key changes in the National Curriculum To develop children s numeracy and mathematical reasoning in all subjects so they understand the importance of maths. To develop children s spoken language, reading, writing and vocabulary throughout the whole curriculum. Much larger emphasis on the use of phonics in the early teaching of reading. Delivers fewer things in greater depth. Expectations have risen by approximately 8 months.

6 English Curriculum English is divided into Reading Writing Word Reading Comprehension Transcription Composition There is a much greater emphasis on technical skills of grammar, vocabulary and punctuation. Handwriting is expected to be fluent, legible and speedy. Spelling and handwriting Articulating ideas and structuring them

7 Maths Curriculum Maths is divided into Measurement Number Statistics Geometry Number & place value In year 6 this also includes: Ratio and proportions. Algebra Addition & subtraction Fraction (including decimals and percentages) Multiplication & division Properties of shapes Position & direction Five-year-olds are expected to learn to count up to 100 (old curriculum to 20 ) and learn number bonds to 20. Simple fractions (1/4 and 1/2) will be taught from KS1, and by the end of primary school, children should be able to convert decimal fractions to simple fractions. By the age of nine, children will be expected to know times tables up to 12x12 (old curriculum 10x10 by the end of primary school). No calculators!

8 Caton St Paul s Curriculum We provide a curriculum that is broad and balanced which Promotes spiritual, moral, social and cultural developments. Prepares pupils for opportunities, responsibilities and experiences in later life. Our curriculum comprises of the National Curriculum, the Blackburn diocese syllabus for RE as well as additional curriculum provisions and enrichments, including clubs, visitors to the school, school trips and community links. We have a cross curricular approach, linking subjects together that work well together in our half termly topics. This enables children to make links in their learning and apply the skills across the curriculum.

9 A new curriculum will need a new approach to assessment as the two go hand in hand. In Primary school the Old national curriculum levels (e.g. Level 3, 4, 5) have now been abolished, as set out in the government guidelines.

10 Recommendations 1. Abandon the best fit approach which levels created.

11 2. Favour depth and breadth in the curriculum rather than pace.

12 What might assessment look like? ongoing, teacher-led assessment is a crucial part of effective teaching. both teacher assessment and external testing are important.

13 On-going Teacher Assessments We have spent many months researching different models of assessment and have now developed our school s approach. All our judgements will be based on Teacher Assessments which will be informed by the children s work and testing. We will moderate our judgements with other staff and other schools to ensure they are accurate. We are continuing to meet regularly with local schools and advisors to ensure we have the most up to date information. Our approach may need to be adapted if further guidance is produced by the DfE. We will keep you informed of any changes.

14 Age expected Standards At Caton St Paul s we will be assessing against the new age expected standards, as set out in the new curriculum. Teachers will track which elements of the programme of study (for their year group) the children can and can t do. We will record whether the children are on track to achieve the expected standard at the end of the year. We will share this information with parents 3 times during the year at parents evenings and the end of year report.

15 To help us make judgements to whether children have achieved the expectations for the year group, we will assess the children against the Key Learning Indicators of Performance (KLIPS) for each year group. These have been devised by Lancashire County Council.

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18 Our aim is for every child to progress so that they reach the expected standard for their year group by the END of each year. By the end of the year most children will be at the expected standard for their year group. Some children may exceed the expected standard by the end of the year. It is a requirement of the National Curriculum, not to move children to the next years programme of study. However if we feel that children have fully secured the programme of study with depth and breadth, we will move them on. Some children may be working below the expected standard by the end of the year. These children will be supported with additional input to help them move towards the expected standard.

19 Reporting to parents Your child s progress towards their end of year expectations will be indicated by: Secure End of summer term Demonstrating all of the features of the year group expectations. Developing End of spring term Demonstrating more of the features of the year group expectations. Entering End of autumn term Starts to demonstrate some of the features of the year group expectations

20 Important to remember that the expectations have risen by approximately 8 months. In the old level system a child who was working above expected level for their year group may be at expected standard on the new system..

21 National assessments at key points in children s primary education Reception a short reception baseline. External testing Key stage 1 Phonics check near end of year 1. National SATS tests at end of year 2. Key Stage 2 National SATS tests at end of year 6. SATs information workshops will be available for parents of children in Year 2 & 6 in 2016.

22 Any questions? Thank you for coming.

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