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How do Students find out how well they are doing?

Students will know how well they are doing by taking careful notice of the following:

  • How well they understood the objectives covered in their Mathematics lessons.
  • How well they do in a test or exam – Students will be tested at the end of every half term with a test or a mock examination.
  • Remarks made in their exercise books – Remarks may be given by the student’s teacher, her peers or the student herself.   The students work will be monitored in order to track both process and progress.
  • How many green smiley faces they have on their account where homework is sometimes set.
  • How much they are enjoying Mathematics.
  • How much they are helping others.
  • How well they are answering questions in lessons.
  • Remarks made by teachers in conversation with the student.