In his latest policy webinar, Tom Middlehurst, Head of Policy and Public Affairs at SSAT, provides the latest information on: school reopenings, the government’s COVID-19 strategy, Ofqual’s proposals, accountability.
In this policy update, hosted by Tom Middlehurst, Head of Policy and Public Affairs at SSAT, we take a closer look at how heads, principals, SLT and curriculum leaders might go about the process of teacher assessment and ranking exercises Read in full
In partnership with SecEd, SSAT has produced this publication in which Matt Bromley and Professor Dylan Wiliam consider why formative assessment must be placed at the heart of good teaching and offer practical, evidence-based strategies and classroom advice.
In his latest policy webinar, Tom Middlehurst, Head of Policy and Public Affairs at SSAT, provides the latest information on: school reopenings workload and furloughing disadvantaged students data and performance management the Ofqual consultation. Tom also answers questions from members Read in full
Watch as members of SSAT offer their congratulations to the winners of this year’s SSAT Educational Outcomes Awards and the SEND Exceptional Outcomes Awards. Don’t forget: we want to help you celebrate your success with the wider SSAT network. To Read in full
In the latest SSAT webinar, Tom Middlehurst, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, analyses last week’s Ofqual GCSE grading announcement and offers practical considerations. With questions from school leaders from across the SSAT network, he also: provides an update on Read in full
Watch as Tom Middlehurst, SSAT offers an update on some of the emerging issues for school leaders during the COVID-19 pandemic including GCSE and A-level grading, FSM vouchers and the impact of Coronavirus on the sector.
SSAT welcomes the government’s decision to close schools from Friday evening. We know that schools have struggled to maintain classes due to staff shortages through illness and self isolation. This has caused considerable stress and strain to school leaders, staff, Read in full
Dr Efrat Furst from Hebrew University, Jerusalem, and formerly Harvard University, delves into the implications of what we know about cognitive science, what happens when we learn; and highlights practical solutions for the classroom in her presentation at the SSAT National Conference in December 2019