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Keeping children
safe online
Tuesday 13 October, 3:45 – 4:45pm
Charlotte Aynsley

Charlotte Aynsley,

Charlotte Aynsley Consultants – Rethinking Safeguarding

In this session, Charlotte will explore some of the online harms and how you can balance some of the online safety challenges whilst delivering remote education.

Charlotte has extensive experience in the field of internet safety, working with high profile organisations including Becta, UKCCIS, CEOP and the NSPCC. In 2013 Charlotte started her own consultancy providing advice and support on keeping children safe online to Government, NGOs, the police, children’s agencies, local authorities, schools and parents. Charlotte has worked on several high profile programmes and initiatives to help organisations deploy effective technical solutions and robust policies and processes to improve safeguarding.

Improving Assessment with Comparative Judgement
Wednesday 14 October, 3:45 – 4:45pm
Steve Dew

Steve Dew,

Head Teacher, Church Cowley St James Primary School, Oxford

In this session, Steve will explain how a group of previously un-linked primary schools in Oxfordshire reduced teacher workload and improved moderation of writing assessments using adaptive comparative judgement.

Steve Dew has worked as a teacher in early years through to Secondary school stage, with the past 13 years spent in Primary education. Steve has held the role of Head Teacher at Church Cowley St James School since 2012. Steve has pioneered the use of adaptive comparative judgement (ACJ) to moderate writing across a group of schools in Oxford, exploring not only how subjectivity and bias in assessment can be addressed, but also how ACJ can expose teachers to a greater breadth of work, thereby giving them a clearer view of what 'good' looks like and aiding their Continual Professional Development.

Streamlining assessment tracking and reporting to drive school improvement
Monday 19 October, 3:45 – 4:45pm
Kim Marczak

Kim Marczak,

helloData

In this session, Kim will highlight how school leaders can drive school improvement through effective analysis of assessment and pupil data, ultimately for the benefit of improving outcomes for pupils. Showcasing the helloData analytics software she helped develop, Kim will demonstrate how the right edtech solutions working with your MIS can provide key insights into the attainment, progress and attendance of pupils across the school even more efficiently, allowing stakeholders to easily identify strengths and areas for development.

Kim began her career as a Primary school teacher before moving into a data support team for a local authority. Since 2008 Kim has provided schools, nurseries and academies with assessment tracking solutions and training, as an independent IT Consultant. Kim is driven by a passion to improve the ways in which schools understand, record and analyse their assessment data to optimise time spent vs. impact on pupil outcomes.

Get in Touch!

If you need help with anything edtech, from your school management information system to internet security, please do not hesitate to get in touch and I will do what I can to help.
Email: dipa.chohan@rm.com  |  Tel: 07494 531 656

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