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1 Baljaffray Primary School Assessment and Reporting 24 th January 2011

2 Baljaffray Primary School Assessment and Reporting What is being assessed? Knowledge, understanding, skills and capabilities in: Literacy and English Numeracy and Mathematics Health and Wellbeing Social Studies Sciences Technologies Religious and Moral Education Expressive Arts

3 Baljaffray Primary School Assessment and Reporting How is my child’s learning assessed? By using a variety of approaches where children say, write, make and do to demonstrate their learning By planning assessment activities which are reliable and proportionate By teacher and child working together to gather information about each child’s achievements, strengths and next steps

4 Baljaffray Primary School Assessment and Reporting When is my child’s learning assessed? Every day in an informal way Formally and informally as part of the ongoing work of the class Formally as part of a whole school programme of tracking

5 Baljaffray Primary School Assessment and Reporting How will I know how my child is progressing? From session 2010 / 2011 schools will report to parents and carers using Curriculum for Excellence levels for children in pre-5 to S1. Learners will progress at different rates and levels.

6 Baljaffray Primary School Assessment and Reporting Curriculum LevelStage EarlyThe pre-school years and P1 or later for some FirstTo the end of P4, but earlier or later for some SecondTo the end of P7 but earlier or later for some Third / FourthS1-S3 but earlier for some. The fourth level broadly aligns to SCQF level 4. Senior PhaseS4-S6 in school, college, workplace or community

7 Baljaffray Primary School Assessment and Reporting How will progress in Literacy and English and Mathematics and Numeracy be described? Starting in session , progress for Literacy and English (listening/talking, reading and writing) and for Mathematics and Numeracy will be described as developing, consolidating or secure.

8 Baljaffray Primary School Assessment and Reporting

9 Methods of reporting on children’s work Class newsletters Meet the teacher evening Parents’ nights Open afternoons Samples of work sent home Curricular / topic events End of term report

10 Baljaffray Primary School Assessment and Reporting Format of an end of term report (workshop) All curricular areas Homework Effort Pupil comment Parental comment Teacher comment HT comment


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