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Developing a consistent assessment system

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Last updated on 21 July 2016
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How can we create a consistent whole-school assessment system? This article sets out expert advice on establishing principles of assessment and monitoring assessment across a school. It also cites advice from primary and secondary school leaders, who explain how their schools meet this challenge.

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Contents

  1. 1 Establishing principles of assessment
  2. 2 Developing consistency at primary level
  3. 3 Developing consistency at secondary level
  4. 4 Monitoring of assessment

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