AFL Techniques – Performing Arts AFL Strategies In Performing arts the continuous forms of assessment for learning that underpin all our SOW are verbal feedback and Peer and Self Assessment through process and performance of practical work. We have also started to develop further a wider range of AFL techniques across all three Key Stages in order to develop both written skills and speaking and listening skills in line with the examination criteria. Across Performing arts we are using googledocs to track Free School Meals students and High Attainers specifically at KS3, as well as Rag Rated trackers at KS4 and KS5. We update these on a regular basis with tried and tested interventions and they are the basis for our progress meetings Within Drama we use a ‘Student Friendly’ APP to self and peer access and set specific targets at the start and end of each KS3 SOW We use a range of subject specific analysis forms and writing frameworks in each KS3 and KS4 SOW to guide students written feedback in line with exam criteria. The use of tracking sheets at KS4 and KS5 to allow students the ability to clearly see through a range of mock performances their progress across a unit, and in turn improve through specific personalised targets Clear marking and targets for homework in KS3 books to allow students to see clearly how to improve and allow for peer marking across the class The use of RAG rated tracking sheets at BTEC, focusing on each individual, specific skill to track progress. These can be accessed by students and are also used to inform parents of progress.