At our school, we conduct InCAS assessments at the end of each school year.
These are online-based diagnostic tests designed for primary children. They assess the child’s attainment and year-by-year progress in reading, spelling, general mathematics, mental arithmetic, developed ability (pattern seeing and lexicon) and attitudes towards the school and learning.
In our experience, children enjoy these tests and find them game-like. Every test always starts with some basic questions, but with every correct answer, the tasks get more challenging. And, when the child starts giving incorrect answers, the programme generates easier ones. In this way, children normally tell us after the tests that they were easy and they enjoyed taking them.
Besides tracking the progress of individual children, we use the data from these tests to help find general gaps in learning across the year groups. We do not share the individual outcomes with children but instead discuss these with parents at the end of the year teacher-parent conferences.
This year we will conduct the Incas tests between 30.5-15.6 during normal lesson time. No special home preparation is required.
If you would like to find out more about the tests, please visit: https://www.cem.org/incas
They will gain perfect knowledge of English.
Your child will become a global citizen with wide understanding of local and international topics.
We put a strong emphasis on the development on subject specific skills rather than on acquisition of knowledge.
Emphasis on skills development (not just memorising).
Individual approach; school’s ability to motivate for improvement.
Your child will be excited to come to school.