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Fast Track Assessment Guidance

The documents attached provide both schools and assessors with information they need to carry out or complete a "fast track" assessment of the ICT Mark.

Some key points:

Assessments nominated by ICT Mark Assessors:

School details must be sent to ictmark@naace.org, or to steve.cutting@naace.org for approval before an assessment under this scheme can be agreed. We have limited funding to support these assessments, and they must therefore be approved first.

Fast Track Assessments:

Element 8 information should be submitted to Becta at ictmark@becta.org.uk to approve before an assessment can be agreed. 


Attachments

Booking form - FT and assessor nominated only

Element 8 - Impact on Pupil Outcomes

Element guidance for assessors on FT.

Fast Track FAQ

FT and Nominated Assessments - schools FAQ

Guidance on completing element 8

Guidance on completing element 8 offline

How to send element 8 for assessment

 

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Naace, the Becta Self-review Framework, and the ICT Mark
Naace delivers the ICT Mark on behalf of its partner, Becta. The ICT Mark is the optional accreditation for those schools deemed "good", having carried out the Becta Self-review Framework. Further information can be found following the links below.
Documents for ICT Mark Assessors
A series of supporting documents for ICT Mark Assessors working with schools.
Documents for Lead Assessors
Documents and guidance for lead assessors, working to moderate assessments.
Downloadable documents from Naace about the ICT Mark
A series of leaflets and booklets to promote and advise schools and others about the ICT Mark
Guidance for Schools on ICT Mark processes
A range of downloadable documents to support schools in the process of ICT Mark assessment.
The Becta Self-review Framework and ICT Mark
The Becta Self-review Framework enables schools to review their ICT against a range of criteria, and to take steps towards improvement. The ICT Mark, managed by Naace, defines what "good" looks like against the self-review framework.

 

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