Year R (Reception) children’s learning and achievements are assessed and recorded in line with Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) recommended practice. This involves using a range of information gathering activities including prior assessments, parental views, observations, conversations and children’s work and is recorded in their Learning Journals throughout the year.
Their learning and achievements are assessed in all 17 of the Early Learning goals and is a continuation of the assessment process from their pre-school experiences. The children are assessed at either an emerging, expected or exceeding level for 30-50 months (for some children beginning Year R), then 40-60 months and finally the Early Learning Goals (at the end of Year R).
Information is shared with parents at termly Parents Evenings, using a Record of Development Summary and in an end of year report. The overall school Year R data is also submitted to Hampshire and the Department for Education (DfE).
Click here to view our EYFS Curriculum statement
The pupils in Years 1-6 in our school will be assessed, and their learning and progress monitored using a system aligned with the end of year objectives in the new National Curriculum. At Cornerstone we are using a system which is in line with guidance from the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), and has been discussed with the Head of Assessment within the Local Authority.
Click this link to view the Y1 NC Assessment Journey
Click this link to view the Y2 NC Assessment Journey
Click this link to view the Y3 NC Assessment Journey
Click this link to view the Y4 NC Assessment Journey
Click this link to view the Y5 NC Assessment Journey
Click this link to view the Y6 NC Assessment Journey
Click this link to view the Foundation Assessment Journey
Below is the school’s presentation about SATs tests for Year 6 parents and pupils.
As a school we aim to ensure our pupils experience a broad, balanced and meaningful curriculum in all year groups. We therefore support the Y6 Charter below.
The Department for Education released the following guide for Parents re. the Year 2 tests for 2016.
In all classes the teacher meets regularly with our Headteacher to discuss the assessment of the children’s learning and progress.
Updated data and progress is shared with the Governing Body four times during the year.