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LA/ Schools E-Circular Monday 4 July 2022

Recruitment of Moderators

Yr2 & Yr6 Teacher Moderation Training

July Funding Bulletin

Recruitment of Moderators

Moderator Role – Key Stage 1 & 2

We are again in a position to recruit additional KS1 & KS2 Moderators to work with the Halton LA Moderation Team in 2022/23. The moderator role is an exciting opportunity which offers practitioners CPD opportunities to further develop their skills, as well as being in a key position to help develop assessment practice across Halton. see attached for more information.

Yr2 & Yr6 Teacher Moderation Training

End of Key Stage Teacher Moderation Training

Yr2 & Yr6 Teacher Moderation Training

@ The Bridge Suite DBCL Stadium various dates throughout 2022-23

These courses will provide an early opportunity for Year 2 & Yr6 teachers to review writing evidence against the KS1 and KS2 teacher assessment framework standards to inform next steps in the teaching, learning and assessment process.

Important Information:

Each delegate should bring routine evidence of pupil performance derived from normal classroom practice for three, sample pupils who represent the teacher assessment framework standards of WTS, EXS and GDS as appropriate.

During the course, participants will gain:

  • Peer moderation and review of writing across all standards awarded within the national teacher assessment framework
  • An understanding of what constitutes independent and effective evidence to ensure consistent and reliable teacher assessment judgements
  • An opportunity to reflect on necessary next steps and opportunities needed to ensure a robust end of key stage teacher assessment process.

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July Funding Bulletin

Please find below a recent grant funding alert that may be of interest to you.

Be Gamble Aware (1) Community Resilience Fund (28 July); (2) Aftercare Fund (15 August)

Be Gamble Aware, the leading charity working to keep people safe from gambling harm, has launched two major funding programmes to focus on enabling people to sustain their recovery from gambling harm and to help communities who have been most affected by the cost-of-living crisis. The Aftercare Funding Programme and the Community Resilience Fund will help further GambleAware’s work across Great Britain in supporting those most at risk of gambling harms and reducing health inequalities in the most disadvantaged communities.

please see attached the latest funding bulletin.