Year 6 standardised testing (FOI)
Year 6 standardised testing (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 05 March 2018.
How many parents removed their year 6 children from the new standardised testing process last year when they were introduced?
How many written complaints did the education department receive from parents about the standardised testing being introduced?
How many queries did the education department receive from parents about the newly introduced standardised tests for year 6 children because they were not fully informed by their school?
The Education Department re-introduced Island-wide standardised tests in 2016 and then piloted some of the National Curriculum standardised tests in 2017.
The Education Department has received one direct enquiry regarding the introduction of standardised tests. More recently three Freedom of Information enquiries about standardised testing have been received.
Individual primary schools have fed back that they dealt with specific parental enquiries relating to when and how they might see the results.