Achievement and SIP

Measures of Student Achievement and Success

Students at Bells Corners are assessed in a variety of ways. These assessments include teacher observation, conferences, presentations, performance tasks, rubrics, tests, journals, and self and peer evaluation. 

Student progress is reported to parents through conferences, graded assignments and tests, student-led conferences, parent teacher interviews and report cards.

Staff at BCPS use ongoing formative and summative assessment strategies to inform teaching and learning. Some of these assessments include:

-Fountas and Pinnell Benchmarks, GB+ and EQAO results
-Daily teacher observation, student daily assignments (presentations, response journals, learning logs, exit cards, etc.) -STEP (Steps To English Proficiency ) -Teacher feedback -Student self and peer evaluation -Formal Educational assessments provided by our Learning Support Teacher

Kindergarten teachers use the Early Learning Observation Tool along with a variety of other screening tools.  Similarly, the use of the Quality Programming in Early Years Education document is embedded in daily teachings and develops strong exit outcomes in the area of characteristics (goal oriented, resilient, globally aware, collaborative, innovative and creative) and skills (critical thinkers, academically diverse, digital thinkers, effective communicators and ethical decision makers).

School Improvement Plan 

 Improvement is always on our minds.  Each year we pick a focus and this year, we are improving student’s sense of belonging and safety at school.  We have used data from our student survey to ensure that student well-being is a focus and is consistently being addressed and implemented in a purposeful manner  for all our students.



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