The main objective of the Assessment Support Policy is to identify students who are not performing well so as to provide the necessary guidance, aid and support.
Version 1 | Effective from 5 December 2017
The Second Version is currently being processed and should be effective for the 2023/24 academic year. More details soon.
Subject Coordinators (SC) hand their assessment records to the Students Support Office (SSO)
All tutors are requested to hand in individual Assessment Support Subject Reports to the Students Support Services Committee (SSSC) for those students scoring less than ten marks (10) in the subject using the Assessment Support Report.
The data of the assessment support report based on performance and participation in the respective subject will be shared with the SC.
Once assessment results are published, the SSO shall pass on a list of students obtaining an overall mark of 60 /600 (or less) to the SSSC.
The SSO also informs via SMS all the parents/guardians that the assessment results are published.
The SSSC will then analyse and evaluate all the information gathered from the SCs and the SSO for each individual case.
If students have failed to perform in one or two subjects then SSSC will refer the cases to the respective SCs.
If students have failed in a significant number of subjects then they will be called in for an interview to determine the issues more clearly.
At the end of the process the SSSC will determine the best course of action case by case.
The SSSC may liaise with the Youth Worker and Counsellors to organise special courses/aid to help these students in their course of studies.