Capita Conferences National School Exam Reform Conference Tuesday 28th February 2013 – Central London
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Capita Conferences National
School Exam Reform Conference
Tuesday 28th February 2013 – Central London
Chair: Dr Paul Newton, Professor of Educational Assessment, Institute of Education
University of London
Our School Exams Reform conference is timed to coincide with results from the Key Stage 4 and A-level Reform consultations. This event will give you essential guidance to help prepare your staff and students for the Government’s radical revision of qualifications for secondary education.
- Are you ready for the new English Baccalaureate Certificate (EBC) in core subjects areas from 2015?
- Do you understand immediate revisions to GCSEs and how they will fare when the EBC is introduced?
- Is your organisation equipped for changes to Key Stage 5 examinations?
Designed to keep pace with the best in the world, the new-style exams are expected to be introduced in September 2015, with the first taking place in 2017. Attend this conference to prepare for the biggest reform of the examination system for school-leavers in a generation.
Our Expert Speakers Include:
- Simon Wright, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of State for Schools
- Tom Goldman, Head, English Baccalaureate Certificate Division, Department for Education
- Janet Holloway, Head of Reform, Ofqual
- Ian Potter, Headteacher, Bay House School, and Chair, National Headteachers Steering Group, The Schools Network
- Harvey Neve, Head of Exams Delivery Support Unit, Department for Education
- Sharon Hague, Qualifications Development and Assessment Director, Edexcel
- Anthony Seldon, Master, Wellington College
- Sonia Blandford, Chief Executive, Achievement for All
- Paul Steer, Director of Partnerships, OCR
- Dr Christopher Ray, Headmaster, Manchester Grammar School and Chairman, Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC)
- Geoff Wybar, Headteacher, Gravesend Grammar School
- Robert Campbell, Principal, Impington Village College
Benefits of Attending:
- Hear from the Department for Education about the new vision for exams at Key Stage 4 and the potential shape of the EBC
- Understand what the results of Ofqual’s consultation into reforming A-levels means for your school or college
- Question awarding bodies about how they are designing new qualifications and grading structures
- Benefit from a case study of putting proper assessment, more rigorous content and tighter quality controls on vocational qualifications
- Learn how to plan, manage and conduct exams efficiently in your exam centre
- Put your questions to our expert panel of headteachers about how to prepare staff and students for the new qualifications
- Explore the implications of moving to a three year Key Stage 4 to better equip students for exams at 16
- Discover how to make adjustments for students with special educational needs