Assessment Policy

Subject Aspect

Category New Students' Admission Assessment Four Units Assessment
【Formative Assessment, Summative Assessment】
Stage Assessment
Target Primary 1 and Transfer Students Primary 1 to Secondary 6 Primary 3, Primary 6, Secondary 3
Purpose To understand students' learning performance, provide appropriate feedback and promote learning.
Mode •Paper-and-pencil assessment
•Oral assessment
•Practical activities
•Diversified activities
•Project-based learning

Personal Growth Aspect

•In line with students' career planning, at each learning stage, teachers and professionals use the Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation's "Personal Outcome Assessment for Students" (POAS) as a tool to assess students' performance in the following areas, so as to set appropriate stage and annual targets, and through the Individualized Learning Plan (IEP) to promote and evaluate the effectiveness of the targets.

1.Learning and teaching activities
2.Home activities
3.Employment activities
4.Community activities
5.Social activities
6.Health and safety activities

•In response to the unique needs of students with autism, at each learning stage, teachers and professionals use the school-based "Rating Tool for Autism Spectrum Students" (RTAT) to assess students with autism, so as to set appropriate personal targets and develop group (GEP) learning targets in conjunction with the Individualized Learning Plan (IEP). The assessment areas include:

1.Learning adaptation
2.Social adaptation
3.Emotional adaptation

•In line with students' exit transition plan, at the senior secondary level, teachers and professionals use the "School-based CAMPUS Indicators" to review and analyze students' expected exit pathways and set personalized transition targets. The "School-based CAMPUS Indicators" are designed based on the school's vision. The assessment items are referenced from the "Personal Outcome Assessment for Students" (POAS) and are divided into six categories:

2.Abilities for the job
3.Moral & Value
4.Problem solving and thinking skills

Professional Aspect

In-school professionals use their professional assessment tools to conduct assessments on students and design appropriate treatment targets or follow-up plans, including:

•Speech therapy: Renie Language Development, Hong Kong Cantonese Pronunciation Test, Hong Kong Children's Oral (Cantonese) Proficiency Test, Oral Muscle Function Assessment (School-based Assessment Tool)
•Occupational therapy: School-based assessment tools
•Educational psychologist: Use HKWIS Standford -Binet Intelligence Scale 4th edition to assess intelligence for students in need
•School nurses: Collaborate with the Individual Health Plan (IHP) to measure students' Body Mass Index (BMI)

In order to let parents know about their children's latest learning performance, the school will send the following reports to parents:
Category Unit Learning and Conduct Report Progress Report of Individual Learning Plan Student Learning Portfolio (SLP)
Target Primary 1 to Secondary 6 Primary 1 to Secondary 6 Graduates
Distribution Time After each unit After the end of the first and second semesters At the end of the school year
•In addition to the above assessment reports, parents can visit the school's electronic platform to view their children's learning situation.