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Primary writing ITAFs: what’s new; what’s changed; what’s gone.

Another new school year, another assessment framework – but just how different is it? Kirsten Snook succinctly maps where things have gone, stayed the same or been subtly changed, following the government’s consultation with schools. Click on the links for an extremely helpful shortcut to an outline of  the new expectations.

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Year 6 Writing – in search of GDS part 3: a farewell to shifts of formality.

Martin Galway wraps up his short series of blogs on  managed shifts of formality as required to award ‘Working at Greater Depth (GDS) within the expected standard’  under the Interim Teacher Assessment Framework (ITAF) for writing. 

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Wading through the treacle: unpicking KS1 writing guidance.

Sabrina Wright is a Teaching and Learning Adviser for English at Herts for Learning

After reading my colleague’s recent blog (Writing at ARE might be Simpler than you thought!), I found myself tempted to unpick the KS1 ARE exemplification materials in the same way.

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