CCEA is currently developing a resource in order to support the teaching, learning and assessment cycle. It is envisaged that this will be a central location for information, resources, support and professional networks that will satisfy the diverse range of requirements in relation to assessment.
The purpose of this guidance is to support primary and post-primary school principals, senior leaders and teachers to work collaboratively to ensure that all pupils have a positive experience of moving from primary to post-primary school. It includes quality indicators which schools may find useful for self -evaluation and development planning. Two school case studies accompany the guidance.
Our Guidance on Teaching Controversial Issues at Key Stage 3 is intended to support the Principal and Senior Leadership Team to develop a whole school approach to teaching controversial issues.
The guidance supports teachers of all subjects to develop effective classroom practice. The guidance can also be used at Key Stage 4.