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According to The Regulation of the Minister of National Education and Sport (September 7, 2004) on Circumstances and Methods of Assessment, Classifying and Promoting Students and Participants, and Conducting Tests and Examinations in Public Schools all schools, inclusive schools and schools with inclusive classes among them, should develop and implement the School Assessment System. The system comprises:

  • School educational requirements (attainments targets)
  • Assessment rules, methods and recording / reporting pupils’ achievements
  • Behaviour assessment
  • System evaluation procedure.

In the inclusive school assessment system, they have to consider the educational needs of pupils and their abilities.

In an inclusive school classroom, pupils are taught by two teachers: a leading teacher responsible for the learning process and a specialist teacher, usually a specialist in SNE. Both of them are involved in pupil assessment. They take into account not only his/her knowledge and skills but also pupil’s involvement, affords, abilities. In some schools pupils have the opportunity of self assessment and/or peer assessment if it concerns behaviour. This assessment is usually done during a discussion with all of the pupils in the class.

Parents are systematically informed on pupil’s progress either during meetings with class’ guidance teacher or individual meetings with subject teacher or school psychologist. 

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