Rochford review assessment framework revealed
The Rochford Review, commissioned by the DfE to advise of the future direction of SEN assessment was published late last year.
Its recommendations include scrapping P-Scales and associated assessment structures in favour of something that can be configured individually for each pupil.
This is relatively easy to do using a paper system, but involves a great deal of work for teachers , and the other recommendation, in line with the current trend across the education spectrum, is that assessments need evidence attached. This is much more difficult to do with paper forms.
So Earwig has created a new, flexible framework package which any teacher can use to create an individualised curriculum, to lay down specific objectives and measure small increments of performance towards these, easily, quickly and with all the necessary analytics and reports.
Diane Rochford’s school, the John F Kennedy School in London are so impressed with it, they have just bought it and will be working with us to provide an example of how SEN assessment should be done next year.