The aim of this section of the website is to improve communication with parents/ carers and pupils about the systems and developments in assessment and reporting. Over the coming weeks it is intended that more information regarding the vast array of changes in assessment and examinations at the moment and in the future will be available for everyone to access.
In summary, by following the links below you should be able to access information on:
Life after Levels> -The approach to Key Stage 3 assessment following the removal of National Curriculum Levels.
Why lose the Levels>- A very brief explanation of the reason for the removal of National Curriculum levels.
Key Concepts>- An explanation of the key ideas that underpin the subjects and how the subject material is arranged in these categories.
Target Setting> - How we use data to arrive at individual pupil targets and what they mean.
Tracking & Intervention - How regularly we collect assessment data and how we use this to put intervention in place.
Reporting> - When and how we report and guidance as to what the reports mean.
New GCSE Grades 1-9> - An explanation of the new grading system and when each subject begins using them.
Assessing and Testing - How we assess pupils progress and when key tests take place.
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