Assessments are on-going and continuous that cover scholastic, personality and co-curricular aspects. They are done in such a way that inter-learner comparisons and fear of external examinations are minimized.

We follow the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) that emphasizes on assessment of both scholastic, co – scholastic and non- scholastic performances.

Evaluation of Academic subjects has 4 Formative Assessment (FA) and 2 Summative Assessments (SA). See break up below –

Type of Assessment

Percentage of weightage in Academic session

Month

Term wise weightage

First Term

FA - 1

10%

April - July

FA 1 + FA 2 = 20 %

FA - 2

10%

August

SA - 1

30 %

September

SA 1 = 30%

Second Term

FA - 4

10 %

October - November

FA 4 + FA 5 = 50 %

FA - 5

10 %

December - January

SA - 2

30 %

March

SA 2 = 30%
Total
FA = FA 1 + FA2 + FA 3 + FA 4 = 40 % 40%
SA = SA 1 + SA 2 = 60 % 60%
Tools Used for Formative Assessments
Language
  • Listening Comprehension
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Debate/ speech/ Group Discussion/ Role Play /Presentation
  • Dramatization/ Dialogue/ Conversation/ Commentary
  • MCQs/ Quiz
  • Grammar Exercises.
  • Writing/ Completing a poem, story, script, play, diary entry etc.
  • Web Charts, Concept Mapping
  • Visual Representation
  • Letter, E-mail, data interpretation, article, bio sketch and dialogue completion
Science
  • Experiments
  • Information gathering and deducing
  • Presentations on science concepts/ experiments
  • Investigations for stated problems
  • MCQs and Science Quiz
  • Simple and interesting assignments
  • Group assignments and projects
  • Model Making
  • Science symposium/ seminar.
  • Preparation of various compounds/salts
  • Explanation of different natural phenomenon using scientific principles.
Mathematics
  • Data handing and analysis
  • Group projects
  • Problem solving
  • Maths Lab Activities
  • Quiz/ oral questions
  • Experiments
  • Presentations
  • Chart, model making
  • Visual Representation
  • Simple and interesting assignments
  • Mathematical puzzles based on various theorems.
Social Science
  • Written assignments involving inference, interpretation and evaluation
  • Commentaries
  • Simple projects (group & individual)
  • Presentations (group & individual)
  • Quiz and MCQ’s
  • Models and charts.
  • Debates
  • Symposium / Seminar
  • Conducting intervenes of historical figures
  • Role plays
  • Dramatization of historical events
Learnometer – Student Performance Tool

The Learnometer is an XSEED proprietary tool that helps measure the performance of a school along a set of variables. This tool can help parents track their child’s performance in the classroom.

Learnometer

With the help of the Learnometer, you, as a parent can be a part of the Student Assessment Program, and would be able to measure your child’s performance along the following parameters

  • Word Study
  • Grammar Usage
  • Extraction of Information
  • Analysis
  • Classification
  • Prediction and Inference
  • Observation and Communication
  • Problem Solving
  • Number Sense
  • Operations on Whole Numbers
  • Spatial Sense
  • Spatial Thinking
  • Historical Thinking
  • Decision Making
The Learnometer helps in tracking the performance of
School Baseline

Students

Tracking past performance and performance against rest of the class, across subjects

Classes

Tracking past performance as well as intra-school comparisons

Teachers

Tracking performance across subjects and classes

Schools

Tracking and comparing their own past performance and national average, respectively

School and Student Progression

Tracking each student’s and school’s performance quarter over quarter