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Reporting overview

  1. Report Cards are issued to parents at regular points throughout the academic year. For each cohort the timing of the report will vary in order to provide the information at the most useful time. 
  2. The annual reporting structure is summarised below:

Year Group

Report Card

Parents evening

Internal exam results

Other

7

3

 

1

 

0

1 form tutor’s and parents meeting

8

3

1

0

 

9

3

1

0

 

10

3

1

1

 

11

3

 

1

 

1

GCSE predicted grades on request

12

5

1

1

Provisional UCAS grades

13

4

1

1

UCAS grades

  1. In Years 7 - 9, current attainment will be reported to parents as a Key Stage 3 Curriculum grade (7-1 or U).
  2. For year groups 10 – 13, the student’s current GCSE/A Level grade will be shown on report cards (the grade they are currently working at in their current unit of study).
  3. Reported current grades will be based on the assessments/work completed up to that point during the current academic year.
  4. “Attitude to learning” at a five-point scale (Excellent, Good, Satisfactory, Inconsistent and Unacceptable) will be reported in the progress card.
  1. “Behaviour” at a five-point scale (Excellent, Good, Satisfactory, Inconsistent and Unacceptable) will be reported in the progress card.
  2. Progress cards will also indicate up to three areas for most students in which the student needs to improve. As an exception, for pupils who are achieving top grades, have excellent attitude to learning and demonstrate excellent behaviour, teachers might indicate less than three areas. 
  3. All reports will be sent home electronically.