The school year includes two terms and two reporting periods.
We recognize that learning is a continuous process and that students learn at different rates. Therefore, we believe that assessment should be continuous and should indicate each child’s progress and achievement. Assessment of student progress is broad based and teachers determine progress and achievement using a variety of methods such as portfolios, presentations, performances, projects, conferences, interviews, visual journals, self/peer-assessment. Parents are encouraged to maintain contact with teachers regarding student progress.