In this webinar, Natasha Cartwright, one of our Education Advisers explores how the Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS) survey can help you address your immediate needs in the current educational climate.
As well as a brief overview of the test itself and which factors are most likely to have been impacted from school-closures, we explore how the data and reporting available can help you to:
- Identify trends compared to a national benchmark.
- Pinpoint which pupils were most concerned about being back at school last term and who may therefore be most impacted following the current disruption.
We also look at:
- How to access the PASS online interventions toolkit.
- Re-assessing to understand change or measure impact.
About the presenter: Natasha Cartwright
Natasha has 10 years' of experience working in both Primary and Secondary state schools. Natasha has a passion for supporting the most vulnerable learners within the classroom, working predominantly with SEND students in mainstream settings. Natasha is a former Specialist Assessor and Intervention Lead for an all-through academy, with a specific focus on using assessment data for intervention design and access arrangements, during which time she also successfully led the implementation of GL Assessment's CDS package. Natasha graduated from Liverpool John Moores University in 2009 with a BA Honours in Education Studies and Special and Inclusive Needs. Whilst working as a Lead Practitioner of a Primary SEND Nurture Provision, she completed her MA in Special Needs from the University of Nottingham in 2015. Furthermore, Natasha went on to complete a Level 7 qualification in Psychometric Testing, Assessments and Access Arrangements with Middlesex University in 2016.