In each year students will receive two reports and will be invited to attend at least one parents evening.
The table below shows the type of report each year group will receive:
|Year Group||Settling In Report||Interim Report||Full Report||Parents Evening|
Settling In Report
A settling in report is given to our year 7 and 12 students at the end of October. The reports indicate how students initial experiences have been, this report is accompanied with a telephone call or on line meeting with the students tutor.
In an interim report each subject teacher selects a number (from 1-4) to indicate your child’s progress and attitude to learning, this is sometimes referred to as ‘attributes’. If a member of staff feels that the progress or attitude to learning is a cause for concern, they will write a comment suggesting how to improve.
Progress can be described as how much improvement has been made towards a students target grade.
Attitude to learning is determined by an individuals readiness to learn and the approach they take in lessons, this is reinforced by the attributes of a good ‘Arthur Terry Learner’.
A key to what each number means can be seen below and can be found on the report.
|1||Excellent progress towards target grade|
|2||Good progress towards target grade|
|3||Some concerns regarding progress towards target grade|
|4||Serious concerns regarding progress towards target grade|
|Attitude To Learning|
|1||Excellent attitude to learning|
|2||Good attitude to learning|
|3||Some concerns regarding attitude to learning|
|4||Serious concerns regarding attitude to learning|
In the full report students will receive attribute scores for attitude to learning and progress and a comment if their teacher identifies any concerns. Tutors will also write a more detailed comment about each individual student.