Assessment in Computing 2017

  • Clarify the latest national position on level-less assessment
  • Be 100% sure your assessment system supports pupils’ achievement
  • Time-saving tools to track pupils’ progress in:
    • Computer science
    • Information technology 
    • Digital literacy
    • Technology-enhanced learning
  • Frameworks to evidence progress without levels to: 
    • Ofsted
    • Parents
Terry Freedman

Terry Freedman

Date: 23rd Mar 2017

Terry is an international educational computing expert. He has nearly 30 years’ experience in education, has previously been an Ofsted inspector for ICT and Business Education and is a prolific writer. His training sessions are practical, innovative and at the forefront of latest developments.

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Get-up-to-date with assessment changes

Unpick the latest information from the DfE

Clarify Ofsted’s criteria

Know how to assess without attainment levels


A full guide to knowing which pupils are doing well

Identify how best to assess:

  • Information technology
  • Computer science
  • Digital literacy
  • Technology-enhanced learning

Unpick different types and roles of assessment

Use assessment to plan progressive lessons

Encourage self-assessment and peer-assessment

Ensure assessment raises achievement of all abilities

Clarify how and when to use feedback and praise

Make reporting relevant for pupils and helpful for parents


A highly practical toolkit linking technology to outcomes

  • Evidence-gathering strategies

  • Effective feedback techniques

  • Templates to record data

  • Techniques to trigger interventions for pupils

- falling behind
- racing ahead

  • Clear AfL methods for measuring and raising progress

  • Methods for making accurate assessments

First delegate rate

£289 + VAT

Additional delegate rate

£269 + VAT