Hi everyone, I'm looking for some advice for demonstrating feedback in books. We currently have a new policy at school and I just wanted some suggestions. Our current policy is: - Mark every 4 lessons, giving a strength, target and a growth task (how to move onto the next level - Peer and self assessment in red - Student response in purple - Mark for literacy I teach each student across ks3 for 1 hour per week. We are required to have exercise books and for students to write the date, title and learning objective in them. Each lesson in music students write the date, title, lo, a strength and target from their lessons. Do you think this is enough to demonstrate progress or is there anything else I can do to highlight the good work students are producing? I find it difficult to show evidence of practical work (which I film at the end of a unit) and verbal feedback from me, do you have any other quick techniques that you use that are effective and don't take up lots of time? Thanks!