How we evaluate
Individual approach, formative evaluation
Our individual approach begins with the admission procedure, we want to meet each candidate in person. We want to know what conditions he is based on, what influences him, what ideas he has and why he chose our school. In the introductory phase, we also meet with parents. The teaching then can take into account the individual needs; for this reason too, we have small classes, with a maximum of twenty students.
If someone is ill, we are ready to connect him to the class by videoconference, we build the curriculum directly so that it can be used online.
We also have students who do competitive sports, we are ready to create a tailored plan for them including distance work.
There are not only marks in our school, but the formative evaluation as well. Formative assessment accompanies the whole educational process as a feedback focused on a practical statement of how the student understood the curriculum, where he has reserves and what he should do to achieve better results. The goal of such assessment is to monitor personal growth, not to compare the student with the others, nor to measure performance. The mark or summative evaluation then serves to let the student know how he stands on an imaginary scale of measurable performance and can, for example, evaluate that he is not achieving good results in a given area, although he tries and works intensively, he will probably profile himself in another area. In foreign languages, the mark reflects the level of the International Framework of Reference for Languages.