Assessment & Reporting
The new National Curriculum has been implemented at The Bewdley School, along with a new method of assessing and reporting the progress that students make. We will be using a new system to engage learners with their own learning and clearly report progress to parents. We call it Bewdley Progress Paths and a brief parents guide can be downloaded by following the link at the bottom of this page.
It is vitally important that your son/daughter makes the best of the educational opportunities they receive at The Bewdley School and Sixth Form Centre. Success depends upon a three way partnership between school, home and the learner themselves.
The Bewdley School & Sixth Form Centre is a listening school. We encourage parents to become partners in their child’s learning and to sustain this partnership through their secondary education. We share assessment information, curriculum choices and ways to raise achievement. We communicate with parents via:
- Text and email
- A daily planner
- Parent consultation evenings
- Information evenings
- Termly assessment information
- Informal/formal meetings
For Year 10 and 11 learners, we run a Raising Achievement evening in September. During the course of the event we provide information regarding course structures and examinations as well as highlighting the resources that are available to support your son/daughter in their studies.