The Territory-wide System Assessment (TSA) is an assessment administered at the territory level. It facilitates assessment for learning by providing schools with objective data on students' performances in the three subjects of Chinese Language, English Language and Mathematics at the end of Key Stages 1-3. The Territory-wide System Assessment reports and school reports provide information about students' strengths and weaknesses against specific Basic Competencies. They help schools and teachers to enhance their plans on learning and teaching. The territory-wide data also help the Government to review policies and to provide focused support to schools.

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Update on TSA (10): How has TSA been enhanced? Video
Update on TSA (9): Is TSA very difficult for students? Why not listen to them? Video
Update on TSA (8): More exercises for TSA? No need! Video
Update on TSA (7): Does TSA affect which secondary school your child is going to? Certainly not! Video
Update on TSA (6): How does TSA data help teachers? Video
Update on TSA (5): How does TSA benefit schools? Video
Update on TSA (4): To drill or not to drill? Video
Update on TSA (3): How does TSA benefit students? Video
Update on TSA (2): Buying supplementary exercises on TSA? Don't do that! Video
Update on TSA (1): What is TSA for? Video
Assessment for Learning - Territory-wide System Assessment (For Schools) Leaflet
Introduction to TSA - for parents (Cantonese with English subtitles) Video
Introduction to TSA - for schools (Cantonese with English subtitles) Video
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