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FREE EVENT Children First: an alternative approach to assessment


Saturday 3 October, 2pm

The Clark Hall, UCL Institute of Education, Bedford Way, London, WC1H OAL


Children First: an alternative approach to assessment

by Dame Alison Peacock


Alison will focus on her experiences of leading the Wroxham School, a primary school where children and adults are inspired by principles of ‘Learning without Limits’ to establish a learning community which is creative, inclusive and ambitious for all. She will talk about ways of enabling assessment to be an intrinsic part of day to day teaching that builds a culture of trust in which children can think and talk about their learning confidently. Alison will also discuss her role as a member of the government’s Commission on Assessment without Levels, and her optimism that the removal of levels provides space for a more equitable approach to assessment within classrooms.

Admission is free and all are welcome.



  • Julia hancock
    Posted at 10:44h, 02 October Reply

    Hello how do I book a place for tomorrow?

    • Max Hope
      Posted at 17:40h, 05 October Reply

      Hi, sorry not to reply sooner. Hope you got the info you needed. This event was run by an external body (FORUM).

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