Presentation on theme: "Assessment at Pitcheroak. Learning Objectives… To understand what the different assessment tools are called at Pitcheroak To understand that assessment."— Presentation transcript:
Learning Objectives… To understand what the different assessment tools are called at Pitcheroak To understand that assessment will look different for students depending on their age To understand how the school uses assessment set progress targets
Early Years (4+ years) Early Years (4+ years) Students are assessed using profiles in the Reception Year. Students that are in the department who are in Key Stage 1 are assessed against the B Squared descriptors for P Levels.
Characteristics of Effective Learning Playing and exploring – engagement (Finding out and exploring; Playing with what they know; Being willing to ‘have a go’ Active Learning – motivation (Being involved and concentrating; Keeping trying; Enjoying achieving what they set out to do) Creating and thinking critically – thinking (Having their own ideas; making links; choosing ways to do things) The Unique Child
Prime Areas Communication and language Physical Development Personal, social and emotional development 7 x main areas of learning Specific Areas Literacy Mathematics Understanding the World Expressive Arts and Design
Key Stage 1-3 (5+ years) Key Stage 1-3 (5+ years) Students in Key Stages 1-3 are assessed against the B Squared descriptors
Key Stage 4 – Post 16 (14+ years) Key Stage 4 – Post 16 (14+ years) Students in Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 are assessed against their accredited pathway and gain qualifications that are externally verified.
So assessment tools used at Pitcheroak for different ages… EYFSKS1-3KS4-Post 16 Profiles and B Squared B Squared Accredited courses
“Thanks for listening and learning about assessment at our school”