The National Curriculum and the accompanying assessment are a legal requirement. Ongoing formative assessment takes place on a daily, weekly and termly basis.
All year groups take part in summative assessment tests on entry in September, mid-year in February and in May/June for:
- Grammar, Spelling & Punctuation;
Pupil attainment and progress is reported to parents termly through Parents’ Evenings and a written report in the Summer.
Please read the apjs assessment guide for parents below for further clarification of assessment at our school.
Y3 Maths Information for Parents
Y3 Reading Information for Parents
Y3 Speaking and Listening Information for Parents
Y3 Writing Information for Parents
Y4 Math Information for Parents
Y4 Reading Information for Parents
Y4 Speaking and Listening Information for Parents
Y4 Writing Information for Parents
Y5 Maths Information for Parents
Y5 Reading Information for Parents
Y5 Speaking and Listening Information for Parents
Y5 Writing Information for Parents
Y6 Maths Informatioin for Parents
Y6 Reading Information for Parents
Y6 Speaking & Listening Information for Parents
Y6 Writing Information for Parents
Where additional support is required to support pupils to meet their targets, or to give additional opportunities to the more able pupils, interventions take place. Interventions are monitored and assessed for impact. Such interventions are funded by Pupil Premium and include:
- Additional Literacy Support Programme;
- Phonics programmes such as Letter & Sounds;
- Read, write inc and Freshstart;
- Reciprocal Reading;
- Additional tuition for more able writers;
- Catch Up Numeracy;
- Maths booster small group tuition;
- Additional tuition for Mathematics.
Other curriculum areas are assessed on an ongoing basis throughout the year.
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