IQRA College

Assessment and Reporting

Assessment and Reporting

Each student in IQRA College will have an individual assessment and objectives specified so as to encourage each student to achieve their highest potential in each subject at an early age.

 Assessment is an integral and ongoing element of the learning process at IQRA College. It provides students with essential feedback and it informs and guides teachers in planning for learning activities. The depth of assessment practices enables teachers to build up a broad picture of how students are progressing, as well as their individual strengths and weaknesses.

 Assessment results support teachers in developing differentiated learning programs, and the setting of individual student goals. At the beginning of the year, all students are assessed in the areas of reading fluency and comprehension, spelling and numeracy skills. Assessment results are recorded and tracked over the years. Areas of strength and weakness are identified and learning programs are developed accordingly. Other standardised and school-based assessments are carried out at varying times during the school year. Primary School assessment practices include:
 

  • Regular and ongoing analysis of reading development through PM Benchmark Kits.

  • Teacher-assessed tasks against identified National standards, usually in the form of written tasks and oral presentations (Integrated Studies).

  • Skill development in Numeracy and Literacy assessed against identified National standards.

  • Weekly spelling tests and topic pre-tests.

  • Standardised testing to support and guide our internal assessment practices.

  • Written reports will be provided to parents at the end of each semester covering all the key learning areas.

  • Throughout the year, Parent-Teacher Interviews also play a crucial role in the feedback cycle. These meetings occur twice a year.