Presentation on theme: "Developing moderation across East Ayrshire. Secondary Curricular Areas Level 3 Team : PTs/subject leaders from each secondary school Primary focus: E&O."— Presentation transcript:
Secondary Curricular Areas Level 3 Team : PTs/subject leaders from each secondary school Primary focus: E&O from own curricular/subject area RoA focus embedded Planning and quality assurance with critical partners CA PTs SfL PTs Primary colleagues Teaching and learning within own department/faculty – involving colleagues in internal moderation Moderation of evidence, feedback Secondary Curricular Areas
Wed 9 th November 4pm-6pm St. Joseph’s Academy Wed 16 th November 4pm-6pm St. Joseph’s Academy Wed 23rd November 4pm-6pm St. Joseph’s Academy Wed 30 th November 4pm-6pm St. Joseph’s Academy TechnicalPESciencesArt & Design Business EducationHEMathematicsMusic EnglishGuidance (PSE)Modern Languages Social StudiesRME & RCRE AND NQAG Training lead group (November twilight and half day) Curricular specialists (suggest not PTs) to work in partnership with primary colleagues on Level 2 Literacy (Reading) within a curricular area context moderation (from January 2012) Secondary Schools
Primary RoA Literacy Level 2 LC Team: one appropriate teacher from each primary school Primary focus Reading: choice between two E & O for Reading (analysis). Curricular area context E & O Planning and quality assurance with critical partners Primary LC colleagues CA PTs Secondary Teaching and learning within own school – involving colleagues in internal moderation Moderation of evidence, feedback Primary Level 2 Literacy (Reading)
Moderation Across East Ayrshire - Personnel Level 3 Curricular Areas PTs/Subject/Faculty Leaders SfL representatives to work with Curricular Teams Primary representatives to work with Curricular Teams Level 2 Literacy 1 delegate per school to join LC Team and lead developments in their school Secondary Curricular Area specialists to work with primary colleagues on context for literacy
Moderation Across East Ayrshire - Timescales Level 3 Curricular Areas Meeting 1 CMM - Sept/Oct 2011 Meeting 2 twilight session (supported study) planning and quality assurance – Nov 2011 Additional meetings for first cohort of NQAG training - Nov 2011 Teaching and learning – Nov 2011 – Feb 2012 Submission of evidence – March 2012 Moderation and feedback – May- June 2012 Level 2 Literacy Initial planning meeting - Jan 2012 Additional meetings for first cohort of NQAG training - Jan 2012 Agreement of focus and planning for the new session - beginning Mar 2012
Moderation Across East Ayrshire – managing staff participation Level 3 Curricular Areas 4 meetings Meeting 1 CMM Meeting 2 Twilight Meetings 3 & 4 SQA Exam Leave Some additional meetings – e.g. NAR (twilight) and NQAG (one PM) Level 2 Literacy 4 meetings Meeting 1 Twilight Meeting 2 Twilight Meetings 3 & 4 – What is your preference? Some additional meetings – e.g. NAR (twilight) and NQAG (one PM)
Potential By June 2012 Increased staff confidence in planning and carrying out T, L & A. Secondary departments able to state with confidence their significant and distinctive contribution to RoA (and begin to QA this). Primary specialists working with secondary curricular specialists – reciprocal support/ valuable steps in enhancing quality of learning across P-S transition. Detailed feedback on evidence submitted with clear next steps for teachers/departments. Summary report by each team to inform future improvement. Potential for SMT, QIT to sample the evidence/findings. Staff able to begin discussion of what a portfolio of work towards a CfE Level might consist of. First steps towards a moderation board? Professional recognition for staff leading developments.
To be developed... 2012 Level 1 Moderation Internal within LCs Your advice Early Level Moderation Sessions on tracking and transitions EY-P1 staff NAR Project - Science Your advice Special Schools Existing good practice in sharing the standard Your advice The Assessment Steering Group will... involve the right people draw on existing good practice
To summarise! Secondary Encouragement of staff to attend Meeting 2 (twilight QA) – ideally should be all curricular/subject area PTs. Your agreement that named staff can be invited to NQAG training. Agreement that selected curricular staff may participate in Level 2 moderation as required by the process from January 2012. Primary LC agreement on either LIT 2-16a or LIT 2-18a Literacy (Reading: Understanding, Analysing and Evaluating) as a focus. LC agreement on a curricular context as a focus (FORM A). Your nominations of staff to participate in Level 3 curricular area moderation with secondary colleagues (FORM B). Your advice – regarding scheduling and management of staff participation in Meetings 3 and 4.
Transitions P7 Profile Gary Mason (Acting PT, Bellfield Primary School) work highly commended Other useful exemplars on ES website – Shawhead PS (D&G) – St. Luke’s PS (NA) ARR Steering Group will form short-life working group to produce an EA P7 Profile guidance and format. MerIT and Glow will be investigated to see which can best support the production of profiles. A national workstream on S3 Profile will be progressed. EA will participate.
Achievement Recognising Achievement Development Team (Chair: Linda McAulay) Positive response to MerIT training sessions Next stage will be Seemis uplift of data – LM will contact you East Ayrshire Directory of Achievement Amazing Things website EA’s contribution to NAR 3 is Recognising Achievement – Loudoun Academy – completes in early 2012
CfE Update SQA events for secondary PTs – invites to Lead PTs National developments in moderation (EY), profiling, reporting to elected members T & L policy Literacy strategy Literacy across Learning CPD from ES Numeracy Development Team focus on strategic approaches to NAL in secondary schools New HWB Co-ordinator appointed Reporting group addressing priorities from the survey