Mr J Priddle (Assistant Principal)
Email: [email protected]
Assessment is the process of obtaining, analysing and interpreting evidence for use by both pupils and teachers to enable the review, planning and improvement of learning. It is fully integrated with the delivery of the curriculum and is an essential component of effective classroom practice.
Types of assessment:
Formative assessment is assessment for learning (AFL). It is ongoing and provides evidence of and for progression in learning. It supports learning through identifying difficulties, providing feedback and diagnosing future learning priorities. Examples include: Classwork, Homework, Questioning, Oral Discussion, Short Recall, Test/quizzing, Practical Project and Research
Summative assessment is Assessment of Learning. It is used mainly to measure knowledge & skill and identify a standard of pupil attainment. It is carried out at the end of a period of learning. Examples include external examinations, internal school examinations (PPEs and in-class formal assessments) and end of topic/unit tests.
Please click here to view our examinations calendar
Digital reports are available to parents and carers once per academic year on www.Go4schools.com
Reports will include:
Students will also receive a grading of either Outstanding, Good or Requires Improvement for the following core values that we at Ormiston Rivers believe equip all learners for success:
ASPIRATION - Strives for excellence making great use of subject knowledge, skills and vocabulary.
INDEPENDENCE – Thinks and behaves independently navigating themselves using appropriate
strategies to achieve.
RESPECT - Respects themselves, others and the environment during all aspects of learning
RESILIENCE – Copes well with setbacks in learning and overcomes obstacles with a determined focus.
There will also be a minimum of two comments for every subject being studied. Discussing the report – Parents and carers should email subject teachers directly to arrange a meeting to discuss the report