Primary Assessment: Thoughts and suggestions.

Yesterday, we welcomed over 250 attendees to our webinar, presented by Denise Harris from Services for Education. Denise gave her thoughts and suggestions for managing the KS2 assessment process in the Summer Term 2021. There was also the opportunity for both Primary and Secondary colleagues to ask questions and share their thoughts and opinions. The session was recorded and is available to view below for those that missed it.

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BEP COVID 19 Guidance for staff and consultants returning to work within schools


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