Teachers assess the childrens’ progress and attainment continually – it is an integral part of teaching and it enables the teacher to plan what the next steps in learning should be. Children need to be involved in this process so that they are motivated by the progress they have made and understand what they have to do next to improve.
Towards the end of Key Stage 1 (Year 2) teachers assess the children using a range of statutory tasks and tests in English and Maths.
Towards the end of Key Stage 2, in May, the Year 6 children undertake statutory assessment in English and Maths.
Year 1 children take a statutory Phonics Screening test.
The results of all statutory assessments are submitted to the Local Authority and to the DfE.
You will be invited to a parents’ evening during the Autumn term when the children have settled into the new year, and again in the Spring term, when you will be able to discuss their progress with staff.
The end of year report sent out in July summarises your child’s progress and attainment during the year. Comments made by teachers will refer to the child’s strengths and the areas in which your child needs to improve.
If, during the year, you wish to discuss any aspect of your child’s progress you are invited to make an appointment to see his/her class teacher at the end of a school day, preferably on a Tuesday or a Thursday.
The 2018-19 assessments for KS1 and KS2: Pupils receive a test result as a scaled score and a teacher assessment based on the standards in the interim framework.
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, testing did not happen during 2020
Monday 4 September to Friday 27 October
Monday 19 February to Thursday 28th March
Monday 8 January to Friday 9 February
Monday 6 November to Friday 22 December
Monday 15 April to Friday 24 May
Monday 25 December to Friday 5 January
Monday 30 October to Friday 3 November
Monday 12 February to Friday 16 February
Friday 29th March to Friday 12 April
Monday 27 May to Friday 31 May
Monday 22 July to Friday 30 August
Monday 3 June to Friday 19 July
Here are our curricular plans for each class. This year we are currently on cycle B.
Success and Respect for All.
We exist to provide a cradle-to-career education that allows our children to enjoy lives of choice and opportunity.
Our pupils uphold our values by:
The below timetable applies to applications made to Leeds City Council. If you apply to another local authority, they may have different dates