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Castleton Primary School, Green Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS12 1JZ

01132 637756

headteacher@castletonleeds.org.uk

Castleton Primary School

‘Unlocking Potential’

ON 5/11/18 - FLU IMMUNISATION FROM F2 - YR 5 .......... MONDAY 22ND OCTOBER GIRLS FOOTBALL UNTIL 4.15PM FOR YR 4,5 & 6................TUESDAY 23RD OCTOBER , RUGBY WITH LEEDS RHINOS UNTIL 4.15PM, YR 5 & 6, SPORTS CLUB YR 3 & 4, MUSIC ASSEMBLY 9.15AM YR 2 PARENTS UPWARDS........................ WEDNESDAY 24TH OCTOBER, BOYS FOOTBALL CLUB YR 5 & 6 UNTIL 4.15PM, OPEN MORNING FOR NEW RECEPTION CHILDREN 9AM-10AM ....................THURSDAY 25TH OCTOBER , SPORTS CLUB YR 5 & 6 UNTIL 4.15PM, BOYS FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT AFTER SCHOOL., BOXING CLUB 3.05M - 4.15PM, OPEN DAY FOR NEW RECEPTION CHILDREN FROM 12.30PM, SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHS IN SCHOOL, ..................... FRIDAY 26TH OCTOBER YR 4 SWIMMING , YR 5 OUT AT POSITIVE FUTURES, YR 3 GARDENING CLUB, WW1 PLAY FOR KS2, SCHOOL DISCO'S PM - 3.05PM - BREAK UP FOR HALF TERM, WE RETURN ON MONDAY 5TH NOVEMBER 2018.........................

Assessment

As part of our teaching and learning, assessment is an ongoing process. In lessons, we judge how children are performing against a set of objectives, and adjust our input and support in order to help children make good progress. Marking and feedback helps children to recognise where they need to improve.

At key assessment points throughout the year, children also complete assessment tests in Reading, Maths and GAPS (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling). The results of these tests are analysed, so that teachers can plan accordingly for groups of learners, in order to "plug" any gaps in learning and also plan for what they need to progress to next, in order to make good progress. Writing is assessed through teacher assessment, in which children complete set tasks, after discussion and planning with the teacher.

At the end of each Key Stage (Years 2 and 6), children take the national tests (SATs). In these tests, children are judged to be working at, below or above the expected standard in reading, writing and maths.  Reading and maths  are assessed through tests. In addition, children in Key Stage 2 also take the Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Test. The results of these tests are reported to parents alongside teacher assessment results.

Please follow the link below to find out more about the 2018 tests for Key Stage Two.

https://www.theschoolrun.com/key-stage-2-SATs-2018