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Current Users Annual Top-up Training

Every year it is essential that each school/setting attends top-up training. Choose your most experienced EExAT user (or the whole team if you prefer) to attend the training and ensure you are updated on all aspects of the system and any new features.

Please Note: From 2019/20 this becomes mandatory training with participation monitored, so that all users fully understand what the system can do and are aware of common user errors that impact on the helpline.

Annual Top-up Training
Free Webinars

If you choose a Webinar, please book only one place per webinar session that you wish to attend, even if your whole team is watching with you.
Please Note:
This is not suitable for new users.

The webinar will last 1 hour.

Each day has an AM or PM session

 

  • Thursday 9th January, 9.30am or 1.00pm
  • Tuesday 21st January, 9.30am or 1.00pm 
  • Thursday 27th February, 9.30am or 1.00pm

 

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Accounting for Children’s Progress

Capturing reliable on entry data and monitoring young children’s progress, can be challenging – particularly for school leaders tasked with reporting this high stakes data and aligning it with other school systems. The Reports feature in EExAT offers a unique opportunity to demonstrate EY progress accurately and meaningfully. This course is for schools using EExAT and is ideal for leaders and practitioners to attend together.

Benefits

  • Utilising EExAT data for progress meetings and identifying support
  • Using Reports to demonstrate the impact of provision and practice
  • Presenting EExAT data in your SEF, to Governors and Ofsted

Venue, Price & Time

The Northern Centre, Huddersfield
£175 (exc. VAT)
12th February 2020, 9:30am – 3.30pm

Maytree Nursery School and Children’s Centre, London
£175 (exc. VAT)
16th March 2020, 9:30am – 3.30pm

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‘This course will have helped us to streamline assessment and ensure that is has an impact upon learning. Very useful approach to assessment based upon the child behind the numbers.’

Laura Riley

Teacher St Nicholas Priory primary Norfolk