How will my child be assessed in their key stage at New Generation Private School(NGPS)?
Key stages are the groups that have been set up to administer progressive, standardised exams during a child's education. The exams associated with each key stage show how a student is doing in the areas of study that have been defined as targets in the curriculum. Students are expected to reach certain levels at each key stage exam. At New Generation Private School, each academic year consists of 3 terms and there are two term exams in each term that evaluate your child's academic progress. In the beginning of each year, in September, there is a diagnostic test to assess your child's academic progress that will later be used to determine your child class and teaching strategies and approaches to adapt for your child.
At the end of Key Stage 1 (Grade 2), students are expected to be at level 2. At the end of Key Stage 2 (Grade 6), students are expected to be at level 3.