What a great conference we had focusing on the 'The Rochford Review' with 150 delegates it was a fantastic day. Now its time to continue your curriculum journey in to 2017, have a look at our website and see how we can help you navigate your future.
In 2014 The Commission for Assessment without Levels (CAWL 2015) began a major review of statutory assessment arrangements for pupils in England. The subsequent report contained a number of negative observations about the relative value of assessing pupils by reference to national curriculum levels.
Firstly, a slight warning; these are recommendations not definites. Other previous government sponsored reviews have made recommendations that have not been carried through – The Salt Review of 2010 recommended distinct teacher training for SLD and PMLD for example.