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

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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