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Last updated on 12 June 2018
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School types: All · School phases: Primary

Headteacher Clare Sealy stopped written marking in her primary school and made feedback and pupil self-assessment part of every lesson without compromising on pupil outcomes. This is how she did it, and how you can too.

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Contents

  1. Why the change?
  2. The new approach to marking: writing
  3. The new approach to marking: maths
  4. Trialling and revising the new approach
  5. Providing support to staff
  6. Impact on staff work-life balance
  7. Make this work in your school

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