How to give effective feedback to pupils
Find 5 principles of effective feedback from the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and see how schools are using a range of feedback techniques to help pupils improve.
5 steps to successful feedback
Tell pupils, staff and parents about your school's approach to feedback
Use your feedback policy to do this, if you have one. Don't be overly specific about the how often you'll give feedback, as pupils will benefit from it during, immediately after and some time after learning.
Use ongoing formative assessment to help you decide:
- How you can improve your feedback systems
- How often pupils should receive feedback
Provide opportunities for pupils to act upon the feedback after it’s been given, so staff can evaluate how effective the feedback has been. Use both verbal feedback and written marking While writing may play