Assessments and Reporting
Welcome Students & Parents!
Do you have a question about a test, a grade or generally how your child is doing in school? – Simply contact your AQC. We are here to help!
Providing students with the highest possible access to teachers in the best possible learning environment is key at ISR. In order to function with this high level of efficiency. ISR has a different administrative structure than that found in most traditional school systems.
At ISR, a person in the position of Academic Quality Coordinator (AQC) is assigned to monitor students’ academic performance. The AQC’s main role is to support each individual student in achieving his or her full potential.
As the person who has the overall picture of each grade’s curriculum, homework, test schedule and each student’s academic performance, the AQC is the point person for parents who have questions about their child’s academics. Parents can make an appointment at any time to meet with their child's AQC.
When a concern is raised, it is investigated thoroughly and objectively. A solution is proposed and implemented. This approach is extremely efficient and ensures that solutions are found based on an analysis of the complete picture.
For example, if the parents and AQC determine that a child would benefit from academic support, then arrangements will be made to put the student into a booster class or work with a study buddy or peer tutor.
At ISR, there are three AQCs covering grades 1–4, grades 5–8, and grades 9–12 respectively. We invite students and parents to contact their AQC for questions about tests, grades or general concerns about academics. We are here to support you!
Assessments & Testing
Continually assessing to assure that students are learning what they should and reporting that in a transparent and communicative way with parents are hallmarks of the SABIS® approach.
ISR students are well prepared academically because our assessment system quickly identifies learning gaps and closes them so that the next level of learning can take place. Assessment and test results can be found on SABIS® Digital Platform. There are five types of academic assessment and testing:
Reporting Student Progress
At ISR we value our relationships with our students’ parents. Communication between parents and school helps to build strong relations between partners in our school community leading towards achieving our common goal. We strive to keep the lines of communication open at all times in various ways. In addition to contacting your child’s AQC, parents can find out how each child is doing through parent-teacher meetings, SABIS® Digital Platform and report cards.
A unique benefit that ISR offers its students is automatic academic support for those students who might at need extra tutoring in certain subjects. These academic support groups aim to be a positive experience for all students who attend.