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Sig+ helped us to move our school to good (Ofsted 2015). They have expert and detailed knowledge of the challenges schools are currently facing with assessment and accountability. Sig+ spent time listening to the school’s issues, analysing data with school leaders and reviewing our current systems so that we were able to build a clear and concise picture of improvement to present to Ofsted and governors.

Jo Woolley, Headteacher St Mary’s CE VA School, Gloucestershire

Latest Blog Posts

  • Who’s in and who’s out?
    The Progress Loophole of Despair In 2016 – the first year of new national curriculum assessments in primary schools – the DfE made a bit of an error: the new progress measures neglected to make provision for those pupils that sat key stage 2 tests but failed to gain enough […]
  • 10 things I still hate about data
    I haven’t blogged for a while. But then I turned 50 (today!) and thought: what better way to spend a significant birthday than to have a proper rant about stuff that annoys me? I sat down to write a list (I have to sit down to write a list. I’m […]
  • The problem with primary accountability
    As in other industries, accountability in education is inevitable and necessary. The government wants to know if the vast sums of money involved are being well spent and whether or not its assessment reforms and new national curriculum are producing the desired results. Are national educational standards rising and are […]
  • A comparison of assessment and accountability in the French and English school systems
    In 2018 President Macron announced that the compulsory age for starting school would be lowered from six years’ old to three, a decision that came into effect in September 2019. It was largely symbolic as nearly 98% of three year olds were already attending Ecole Maternelle anyway but is significant […]
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