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Controlled Assessment

Discussion in 'Ofsted inspections' started by Llama farmer, Nov 30, 2011.

  1. Morning all,
    We have OFSTED in tomorrow and one of my groups are in the middle of their controlled assessment. Tomorrow we were due to come towards the end of the high control part. Where do I stand on this continuing during an inspection? I am thinking I could do teacher input on how to write the conclusion and evaluation with some student activities to analyse these in more detail. Otherwise, its a case of starting a new topic and dragging on the the whole CA process ever onward.
    Any/all advice most appreciated, cheers.
     
  2. Morning all,
    We have OFSTED in tomorrow and one of my groups are in the middle of their controlled assessment. Tomorrow we were due to come towards the end of the high control part. Where do I stand on this continuing during an inspection? I am thinking I could do teacher input on how to write the conclusion and evaluation with some student activities to analyse these in more detail. Otherwise, its a case of starting a new topic and dragging on the the whole CA process ever onward.
    Any/all advice most appreciated, cheers.
     
  3. If you explain that you are in the middle of a controlled assessment to the lead inspector, he or she will normally say to carry on as normal, and that the session won't be observed. Its not as if there aren't plenty of other lessons that could be seen.
     

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