Student Learning Assessments (SLAs) are digitally-based provincial assessment tools for Grade 3 that enable both parents and teachers to identify student strengths and areas of growth at the start of the school year. This assessment focuses on "literacy and numeracy". Visit the CBE website for more information on provincial testing.
SLAs are meant to complement, not replace, day-to-day teacher observations and classroom assessment.
At Children’s Village School, teachers determine when and if the SLA is the right tool for assessing individual student learning. If you have questions about whether your grade 3 student will complete SLAs, please contact your classroom teacher.
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