Kidurong International School carries out formative and summative assessments in English and Mathematics.
Formative assessment is a range of formal and informal assessment procedures employed by teachers during the learning process in order to modify teaching and learning activities to improve student attainment. Examples of this may include observations and anecdotal notes, reflective questioning after learning has take place and peer or self assessments.
Summative assessment summarises the development of learning that has taken place over a period of time. Examples of this may include end of unit tests or presentations. These tests are used to evaluate the children's learning and set targets for the future. As Kidurong International School is a Shell school, children in Primary 5 and above will take part in the annual International Schools' Assessment (ISA) in October. These assessments measure Mathematical Literacy, Reading and Writing.
Assessment in the IPC is by teacher observation and the use of the IPC Assessment for Learning package.