- Ready to Learn
- Our Curriculum Intent
- Independent Learning
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- Careers Education, Information Advice and Guidance
- Personal Development
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- Student Leadership and Student Voice
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- Exams Information
Our approach to assessment:
- Assessment is a vital part of the learning process. Assessment is continuous, with questioning, quizzing, tests,
- presentations and practice exam tasks built into the curriculum.
- Assessment allows teachers to check understanding effectively, and to rapidly identify and correct misunderstandings.
- Assessment allows students to embed and use their knowledge and to develop their understanding.
- Verbal and written feedback on assessments is shared with students as part of the learning process.
- Progress in every subject is reported to parents via reports to parents and at Parents’ Evening.
In addition to continuous assessment in lessons, students sit the following formal assessments:
Year 7 baseline assessments (and CATs in 2021 due to the cancellation of KS2 SATS)
Year 7, 8 and 9 end of year exams
Year 7, 8 and 9 reading age assessments
Year 10 end of year mock GCSE exams
Year 11 mock GCSE exams
Year 11 GCSE examinations
Year 12 end of year mock A Level and Applied exams
Year 13 mock A Level and Applied exams
Year 13 A Level and Vocational Exams