ICAS Assessments 2021

**Apologies for the short time line**

Dear Parents/Guardians,

We are delighted to inform you that Craigburn Primary School will be participating in the world-renowned ICAS AssessmentsTM this year.

ICAS is designed to target students’ higher-order thinking and problem-solving skills in English, Mathematics, Science and Digital Technologies.

Each assessment celebrates students’ accomplishments by providing opportunities for recognition and development. Every student will receive a printed certificate and an online results report. Top performers will be eligible for medals and are invited to attend special award ceremonies to have their academic excellence publicly recognised.

We encourage you to consider entering your child into ICAS this year. The assessments are suitable for students wishing to extend themselves academically and take up the personal challenge of competing in an international assessment, that has been running for 40 years. Your child will be presented with high-quality, expert-developed questions, allowing them to apply their learning without the need for prior study or revision.

ICAS Assessments are now online, a move that reflects a sector-wide transition to online assessments. This allows greater accessibility for students and faster delivery of results.

Learn more about ICAS here: https://www.icasassessments.com/products-icas

2021 Participation

 Our school has signed up for the ICAS Assessments parent payment system (PPS) for (English, Mathematics, Science and Digital Technologies) Through this system parents can pay for ICAS directly online while tests will still be held at our school. Please use the following details to register your child no later than Sunday, 25 July 2021. Also, please complete and return the accompanying permission slip to school no later than 23 July 2021

To purchase go to:

https://shop.icasassessments.com/pages/pps

School Code: QAV076

 

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