Primary Assessment Matters

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Sloan Jean Sloan M.Ed Education Services Ltd

Approved Provider for Manchester City Council

Welcome to Primary Assessment Matters

Primary Assessment Matters - Jean Sloan

I have been involved in assessment in its widest context, since 1992, when I joined Manchester’s assessment team. I have extensive experience of assessment issues and developments in KS1 and KS2 covering assessment for learning, statutory end of key stage assessments, standardisation/moderation of teacher assessment judgements and data analysis.
My underlying passion is in developing teachers’ strategies and skills in formative assessment/assessment for learning, to improve the quality of teaching and learning, raise attainment and make a positive impact on children’s learning. I have actively promoted all aspects of assessment for learning through universal courses and also when working in schools using recent research and materials produced by the likes of Shirley Clarke, Dylan Wiliam and Paul Black. I have worked successfully with/alongside Headteachers, senior leadership and assessment leaders, teachers/teaching assistants (new and experienced), parents and governors.
I have been a member of AAIA since 1999 (Association for Achievement and Improvement through Assessment) and North West regional representative since 2004. This association has always promoted the importance of furthering the assessment for learning agenda by actively involving children in their own learning, working with government agencies, LAs and schools.
 I was Manchester LA's KS1 Moderation Manager from 2003 – 2010 and commissioned KS1 Moderation Manager from 2011 to present.
Since 2011, I have been an associate consultant with EY2P (Early Years 2 Primary).

Contact details

Mobile: 07710 077243

Email address: [email protected]



Assessment Network Meetings 

November 2020?

Meetings can only be arranged once the situation with Covid19 has been clarified in relation to gatherings/social distancing which may still be a requirement.

Please see 'Universal Training' for additional information and details of the programme if/when the restrictions allow.

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