How will teachers check students' understanding?

Assessing Student Comprehension: Our Approach

Ensuring a comprehensive grasp of the material is paramount. To gauge this, we employ a systematic approach that empowers both teachers and students.

  1. Independent Learning Tasks: Teachers curate independent learning tasks centred on specific knowledge organiser sections. These assignments encourage self-guided exploration, fostering a deeper connection with the content.

  2. Low-Stakes Assessments: At the culmination of each half-term, students engage in low-stakes assessments. These exercises encompass a comprehensive knowledge retrieval, revisiting all taught concepts. This deliberate practice cultivates a habit of consistently revisiting past learning, not just the most recent topics.

By doing so, students transcend fleeting memorisation and engrain information into their long-term memory. This strategy aligns with our commitment to holistic understanding rather than ephemeral recall.

  1. Empowering Insight: Our assessment structure provides valuable insights. Patterns of misconceptions become evident, enabling teachers to tailor lessons and assistance. This dynamic feedback loop fortifies our students' comprehension by addressing underlying uncertainties.

Ultimately, our assessment methodology intertwines with our pedagogical philosophy. It nurtures enduring learning, empowering students to build on their knowledge foundation, approach challenges confidently, and become adept critical thinkers.

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