Assessment 

Assessment at Holly Lodge Girls’ College

 

At Holly Lodge we plan our assessments in KS3 and KS4 carefully, aiming to ensure that:

  • All assessments should be carefully designed to ensure that they support and develop the key knowledge and skills required
  • Assessment should be used to inform the teacher about students’ learning as well as to identify gaps in knowledge, skills and understanding.
  • Information from Assessments should be used to plan lessons and provide students with feedback on how to accelerate learning
  • Greater emphasis should be placed on formative assessment however, important summative assessment points (progress checks) will also be utilised
  • Our Assessment model should have consistent principles, to be used across subjects, but the flexibility to be suitable for all subjects
  • Assessment should improve students’ learning – not just measure their learning
  • Following all Progress Checks a DIRT (Directed Improvement and Reflection Time) week will be completed which allows students to reflect on their assessment and improve key knowledge and skills
  • Providing feedback to students should not be burdensome for staff

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