**Update April 2017:**

Sean Hartford emphasises, again, what OfSTED really looks at.

**Update February 2017:**

Materials from the full recommendations from the 3 independent review groups are available:

For full recommendations here.

NCETM has recently published guidance on marking and feedback for both primary and secondary teachers. Guidance is in line with current OfSTED inspection documents and is informed by various evidence found both below and in the appropriate 2 page guidance documents.

**Update November 2016**

#### Primary Guidance and Evidence

Guidance on Marking and Feedback for Primary Mathematics Teaching – NCETM Guidance (April 2016) – 2 pages.

Mastery (Assessment) – Spire Maths blog links to the excellent Mastery Assessment materials.

Do Less Marking in Primary Mathematics! – earlier Spire Maths blog on marking guidance.

Pupils’ Work – OfSTED’s myth busting document of September 2015.

Charlie Stripp (NCETM chief) – Blog ‘Questioning Marking?’

#### Secondary Guidance and Evidence

Guidance on Marking and Feedback for Secondary Mathematics Teaching – NCETM Guidance (October 2016) – 2 pages.

A Marked Improvement – EEF report, ‘A review of the evidence on written marking’ written by Oxford University team

Is the Feedback You’re Giving Students Helping or Hindering? – Information from Assessment expert Dylan Wiliam’s Centre

Pupils’ Work – OfSTED’s myth busting document of September 2015.

The Power of Feedback – Key academic paper on feedback.

Charlie Stripp (NCETM chief) – Blog ‘Questioning Marking?’

Need to present this to colleagues – Flipchart version available only.