The purpose of assessment at Peninsula East Primary Academy is to provide information on the students’ learning, identify areas where consolidation is needed and to extend the children’s understanding. We believe that assessment is an ongoing process of gathering, analysing, reflecting and acting on evidence of student learning to inform teaching.
At Peninsula East Primary academy we believe assessment is integral to all teaching and learning. We think it is central to the PYP goal of thoughtfully and effectively guiding the students through five key elements of learning:
- the acquisition of knowledge
- the understanding of concepts
- the mastering of skills
- the development of attitudes
- the decision to take action
As part of assessment at Peninsula East Primary Academy students are assessed in a range of ways as part of summative and formative assessment.
From this academic year, KS1 SATS are non-statutory. PEPA is choosing not to administer these tests.
These assessments take place in the May of year 6 (age 11) and are more formal tests in English (grammar, punctuation, spelling and reading) and maths.
Yes, you will be informed if you child has passed in their end of year report.