At NGS, we are aware of the value of regularly assessing pupils to make sure your child fully prepared for final examinations. Throughout lessons, teachers employ a range of formative assessments such as questioning, group work, and class discussions to gauge pupil’s engagement and to measure their understanding of the course content.
At the end of every week, the teacher sets a homework assignment that should be completed in conjunction with the pupil’s notes, the lesson recording and a range of textbooks. These assignments are graded with very detailed comments and feedback from teachers. Therefore, adequate time is required for students to be able to complete their work outside of the agreed Nisai timetables.
Therefore, adequate time is required for students to be able to complete their work outside of the agreed Nisai timetables. In addition to progress monitoring based on teacher assessment and examination performance, pupils work closely with teachers to specify their own personal targets.
To gain Cambridge qualifications, pupils have to sit examinations which are externally set, marked and certified by Cambridge International. Pupils can choose from a list of approved examination centres, which are conveniently located throughout the world. The CASST team will help you with queries you may have about registering for your child’s exams or finding a convenient exam centre.