Setting Curriculum Expectations

Curriculum expectations are used to set targets for curriculum mastery.

Please note that Formative Assessment is included in the Perform package. All other Arbor packages won’t have this feature by default. Want to upgrade or find out what package you’re on? Just get in contact with your Account Manager.


Go to Students > Assessments > Annual Policy > School Expectations. Then on the left-hand menu choose Curriculum Expectations. Here you can see all your curriculum tracking subjects and whether the expectations have been set for each.

All of the pre-loaded curriculums are already assigned to subjects. It is only if you create any custom curriculums that you will need to assign it to a subject.



Assign curriculums to subjects by clicking +Add.



You can set the expectations for curriculum mastery at the end of each term by clicking a curriculum with no expectations set.



Click the Change Expectations button to add expectations.



Select the year group this curriculum applies to then click Next



Choose what percentage of the curriculum should be mastered in each term then click Save Changes

Arbor will automatically spread out the termly expectations so that by the end of the final term/year a curriculum mastery of 100% will be the expectation.

If this doesn't suit your curriculum, you can edit the expectations within the slide over. You may choose a goal of 85% curriculum mastery. The system lets you decide what works best for your Annual Policy.



You can now see or edit the curriculum information by clicking the curriculum and then clicking Change Expectations or Change Subject



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