Government of New Brunswick

Understanding the Results

Provincial Assessment Results

Bernice MacNaughton High

This report provides school-level data on provincial assessments. The Provincial Assessment Results table outlines the subjects and the grade levels assessed. It also outlines each assessment target that we have committed to achieve by 2016 as part of the provincial education plan. The table provides three years of data for your school, enabling you to see how your school is performing over time.

Provincial Targets

Elementary Level:

90% of the students, in their program of study, will achieve the expected level of language, mathematical and scientific literacies on provincial assessments.

Middle Level:

85% of the students, in their program of study, will achieve or surpass the expected level of language, mathematical and scientific literacies on provincial assessments.

High School:

85% of the students, in their program of study, will achieve or surpass the expected level of language, mathematical and scientific literacies on provincial assessments.

Bernice MacNaughton High Provincial Chart

Notes:

* Grade 5: 59.4 percent, plus or minus 1.4 percent of the grade 5 student population would be in the AA or SA performance levels 19 times out of 20 (20% sample for 2013-2014).

* Grade 7: 59.7 percent, plus or minus 3 percent of the grade 7 student population would be in the AA or SA performance levels 19 times out of 20 (20% sample for 2013-2014).

* Grade 8: 57.7 percent, plus or minus 2.7 percent of the grade 8 student population would be in the AA or SA performance levels 19 times out of 20 (20% sample for 2014-2015).

Exemption Rates

In certain circumstances, it is necessary and appropriate for students to be exempted from participating in provincial assessments if the testing format does not allow demonstration of their learning, even with accommodations. Exemptions fall into three broad categories: academic, social/emotional and unforeseen. Typically, academic exemptions are sought for students following an individualized Special Education Plan (SEP-I). Students who are exempt due to an SEP-I should be assessed on those goals that are set out in their Special Education Plan (SEP).

The Exemption Rates table identifies the percentage of students who were formally excused from a provincial assessment. All students are included in the overall reporting of provincial assessment results.

For more information on exemptions and accommodations, refer to the online document Provincial Assessment Program: Protocols for Accommodations and Exemptions.

Bernice MacNaughton High Exemption Chart

Other Reports

Bernice MacNaughton High School - Detailed Perception Survey
Anglophone School District East