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The ASE is delighted to be hosting its Annual Conference at the University of Northampton from 4th to 6th January 2024, in partnership with AQA. International sessions are incorporated throughout the event for this year and we will have a great exhibition with lots of exclusive Conference offers. Post-16 focus-day and for those involved in leading and delivering professional development, the Futures Group programme is Thursday. Friday is the dedicated Technicians day and Early Career Teacher day. Sessions for both Primary and 11-19 are threaded throughout all 3 days.

The ASE is most grateful to its’ sponsors of the 2024 Annual Conference:
AQA
Philip Harris, part of the Findel Group
Gatsby Charitable Foundation
Oxford University Press
VITTA Group
Royal Society of Chemistry

Book your tickets now at https://2024ASEAnnualConference.eventbrite.co.uk
Saturday, January 6 • 15:30 - 16:20
The impact of data on the 11-16 journey

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From assessment model to data-informed insights, this session will demonstrate how a coherent assessment model revolutionises responsive teaching and learning. Assessment expert, Dr Andrew Chandler-Grevatt, will take you through the Developing, Secure, Extending model and how using data from Year 7 onwards informs a cohorts GCSE journey.

Speakers
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Andy Chandler-Grevatt

Senior Lecturer in Science Education, University of Brighton
Past ASE 11-19 Chair (2021-2022) and current Chair of Surrey and Sussex Region Curriculum Editor for Oxford University Press Smart Activate Senior Lecturer in Science Education, University of Brighton (ITE tutor) CSciTeach Talk to me about: assessment without testing, teacher... Read More →

Exhibitors
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OUP

Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press is the UK’s number one school science publisher. Learning changes lives – and we’re here to drive that change.We support people wherever and however they want to learn, so they can achieve their learning goals and uncover new possibilities. Today, we... Read More →



Saturday January 6, 2024 15:30 - 16:20 GMT
LH124 (Learning Hub Level 1)
  11-19