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Unpicking KS2 Progress Scores ahead of Friday’s RAISEonline release

Ben Fuller is Lead Assessment Adviser at Herts for Learning

This Friday our eager anticipation will be over and the new-look RAISEonline reports, showing the 2016 unvalidated data for Key Stages 1 and 2, will be released. (Interactive reports available from Friday 21st October; Summary reports available from the following Tuesday.) Information has already been provided explaining the new-look tables and charts we are going to see.

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Progress in RAISEonline

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Mathematical Voices

Rachel Rayner is a primary mathematics adviser for Herts for Learning.

How many times have you heard the following?

‘I only really understood maths once I started teaching it.’

We all recognise the importance of subject knowledge in teaching any subject. Many of our schools in Hertfordshire have been engaging with our advisory team to discover what that really means for mathematics. Together, we have wrestled with the fact that the subject knowledge we were taught ourselves may not have translated into the deep conceptual knowledge and understanding we are committed to exploring alongside our charges. That leaves us with personal knowledge gaps that we need to fill. Continue reading “Mathematical Voices”

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