To establish a broad, consistent approach to the way students’ receive feedback in lessons, so that students feel valued and have a clear understanding of how well they are doing and how to make progress to improve. Feedback will help students to improve their work and will inform teacher planning and monitoring.
Each student will have their work in class marked on a regular basis. Effective marking is a two-way process in which students respond to teachers’ comments by undertaking corrections, progress tasks, addressing mistakes and further development of the work or a complete reworking.
All work will be summatively assessed a minimum of once per term. Students will be issued with challenging but achievable targets at the start of each academic year and these will be regularly reviewed.
To provide appropriate feedback to both students and parents / carers through regular assessment and communication regarding progress of students against targets set.
Students will be assessed both formatively (on-going in class assessment) and summatively (end of term assessments) throughout the year. Students will be tested on topics at the end of each half term and these assessments will be reported to parents through learning cycle data and during annual parents/carers evenings. Attainment and effort grades are important assessment indicators and allow progress to be tracked, monitored and evaluated. Data is shared with parents/carers through annual reports, parents’ evenings and through access to our online reporting systems.
Students will have assessment based on WT ( Working Towards), E (Emerging), S (Secure), M (Mastered Grading) criteria.
students will be assessed against the GCSE/ Vocational qualification criteria.