Teachers continually assess their children’s progress so that work can be planned to meet the different stages of development. A baseline assessment is completed within the first couple of weeks in September. This is followed by formal assessments in reading, writing, spelling and maths each term.
All parents receive a Record of Achievement at the end of the school year indicating the progress that their child has made. In addition parents are invited to meet with their child’s teacher to discuss their progress each term.
Statutory Assessment takes place at the end of a child’s full time year in Foundation Stage 2. Children in Year 2 and Year 6 have Statutory Assessment tests [SATs] and children at the end of Year 1 are asked to complete a phonics screening test. All results are communicated to parents and used as part of on-going pupil tracking within the school.
|Y1 Phonics Screen||79%|
|Year 1 Phonic Screen||67%|