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ICT Mark - Costs of ICT Mark assessment

ICT Mark - Costs of ICT Mark assessment
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Belfast Hospital School

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At Belfast Hospital School we recognise that ICT can improve the quality of teaching and learning and so help raise standards. ICT is at the heart of our commitment to improving learning for all children who are out of school long-term because of illness.
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Catherine Marks

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Please see Catherine's supporting statement.
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Britannica School - free webinars for Naace members

Britannica Digital Learning and Naace have announced a 2-year partnership providing every Naace member with access to Britannica School for personal use.

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Enabling Parental Engagement Think Tank - 30th March 2010

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The resulting white paper from the Think Tank has now been published (see attachment below).

Home access and on-line reporting is rapidly becoming a ubiquitous part of mainstream education. But what tools are needed and for what purposes?

The Think Tank considered what uses of ICT will have the most impact on parental engagement with children's learning and how these uses can be incorporated into schools' approach to online reporting.




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Espresso research paper

Espresso engaged Lancaster University to conduct an independent academic evaluation of our service using evidence from over 330 user schools to research impacts on learning and to identify cost benefits.

Findings highlighted 3 key positive effects in the classroom.
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Chasetown Community School, Burntwood, Middlesex

Chasetown Community School, Burntwood, Middlesex
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Assessment Resources

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Along with increased freedom and flexibility for their curriculum design, the 2014 English National Curriculum provides increased scope for schools to adopt an assessment system that works for them. In a world without DfE-led levels, the resources shared by our members will give teachers and schools some concrete examples as they consider their own approach to the assessment of Computing.

Some resources are freely available, whilst others are part of commercial packages. Some provide an approach which reflects the world of levels from which we are moving, whilst others provide criteria-based assessment. All have taken into careful consideration all of the Computing content in the English National Curriculum.

Choose the resources that are most appropriate for your own school and - as you would for an "off the shelf" curriculum package - adapt to meet the needs of your own school, giving due acknowledgment to those who have kindly shared their work with our community.

Files can be downloaded from the bottom of this page and links have been included to sources within the table below.

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Rose Review of the Primary Curriculum

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Sir Jim Rose is leading an independent review of the primary curriculum. His initial focus was Curriculum Design and Content, including a key issue for Naace members: What should be the position of ICT within the primary curriculum?
Here is Naace's response.
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