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On the 27th January, the DfE published The Engagement Model statutory draft guidance. This is mandatory for all primary schools and is equally relevant for all secondary schools. This new form of assessment helps schools meet their responsibilities in supporting pupils working below the national curriculum level, not involved in subject-specific study.
The engagement model will become statutory from the 2020/21 academic year.
The National College webinar will help governors, senior leaders, teachers and SENCOs to understand what their duties are in line with the new guidance.
Understand their statutory requirements in relation to the engagement model
Explores how engagement is multi-dimensional and the 5 areas of the model
Effectively use the engagement model to help provide a holistic assessment of pupils not engaged in subject-specific study
Understand how to recognise progress and achievement and evidence their assessments
Recognise their accountability to Ofsted, the DfE and parents and carers
The Engagement ModelA clear summary of the proposed new system with both areas of possible concern and positive changes.Joe Selmes, - Weatherfield Academy
The engagement modelA useful introduction to the model, giving clear definitions for the 5 areas with examples and interesting links to the new Ofsted Inspection framework.Claire Thompson, - Honley High School
Logical and usefulLogically sequenced, informative and easy to follow,Sim Street, - Brocks Hill Primary School
This CPD helps the teacher to gain have control and enjoy lessonsI will recommend to all teachers no matter how long you've been teaching to take this.Robert Amoh, Maths Teacher - Shoeburyness High School
The Engagement ModelInformative. Emphasises that this model is essentially aimed at those students who fall very far below from accessing the mainstream curriculum. Assessment needs to be carried out by an adult who knows the child well. Pilot shows it needs to be completed in conjunction with other assessments. There are increased workload implications.Richard Stroud, - The Forest High School
Liam Barnes, Teacher - The Sittingbourne SchoolVery informative webinar into the different strands of the new Engagement Model and how this can best fit into learning practice going forwards.Liam Barnes, Teacher - The Sittingbourne School
Very informative and well presented webinar.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
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In this webinar, The National College will discuss how schools can develop high-quality intervention programmes that will help pupils who need targeted support during the catch-up curriculum and will provide them with the best opportunity to reach their full potential.
In this webinar, The National College will discuss how schools can use technology in different ways as part of their remote catch-up learning strategy and ensure that there is access to those families who need additional support and how to overcome barriers for disadvantaged children.
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