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Reducing workload, creating time

Friday 30 June 2017, The Belfry Birmingham

Presentations from the event

Abdul Chohan, The Olive Tree Primary School

First page - The Olive Tree Primary School


Angelina Idun, The principles of good planning

First page - The principles of good planning and making use of high quality resources


Colin Logan, What does Ofsted expect?

First page - Reducing workload, creating time: what does Ofsted expect? Colin Logan, Senior Education Lead, SSAT


Greg Hughes, Digital tools to help you in the classroom

First page - Digital tools to help you in the classroom, Greg Hughes, Apple Education Trainer


Greg Hughes, Harnessing tools for classroom assessment

First page - Harnessing tools for classroom assessment, Greg Hughes, Apple Education Trainer


Helena Marsh, Workload challenges facing school leaders

 


Nicole Reid, Managing Workload: Assessment Practices

First page - Managing workload: Assessment practices


Will Mallard, What is Oracy, and how can it help you and your school?

First page - What is Oracy, and how can it help you and your school? Will Mallard


What’s it all about?

The time that teachers have in the classroom with their students and children is ultimately limited by the realities of the school timetable and number of hours in the day. How do you make the very most of this time to maximise student outcomes?

At the same time, we know that teacher workload remains a constant pressure, with the average UK teacher working 11 hours a day (DfE, 2017). Yet many schools are exploring ways of reducing work, ‘creating’ time, and maximising the output for all their students.

This joint event between SSAT and our multinational technology partner is aimed at classroom practitioners and middle leaders, with a focus on in-class and whole-team strategies that can be adopted. The day will focus on five key elements:

  • Where does workload come from? What are Ofsted’s expectations about classroom practice?
  • Principles and best practice in behaviour and engagement – getting the classroom culture right
  • Principles and best practice in planning and resources – working smartly to achieve more
  • Principles and best practice in marking and assessment – making assessment work for you and your students
  • Taking these ideas forward in your school

Read the full Department for Education policy paper here


Date
30 June 2017

Location
The Belfry, Birmingham

Cost
£99 (members)
£285 (non-members)
All prices exclusive of VAT

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