“How will I know about the progress of my son or daughter?”
Three times a year, you will receive an assessment report which gives you a clear indication of your child’s current performance. These will be accessible via the Edulink App, and paper copies are provided at your child’s Parents’ Evening.
Your child will be given feedback following assessments in their subject areas to enable them to understand their areas of strength and next steps to improve. This subject specific assessment support is complemented by opportunities for students to self-reflect following release of their most recent report through our Tutor time programme, in order to set individual targets and maximise their understanding of what they need to do to progress.
What information is contained within my child’s report?
Key Stage 3 - Years 7, 8 and 9
Please click here to read full information on how we report on your child’s progress in Years 7, 8, and 9. Should you have any questions pertaining to our reporting system, please email email@example.com. Any specific subject grade enquiries should still be communicated to your child’s teacher.
Key Stage 4 - Years 10 and 11
Please click here to read full information on how we report on your child’s progress in Years 10 and 11.
Attitude to Learning
This is given as a numerical score which reflects your child’s effort both in classwork and homework. It considers your child’s behaviour and the extent to which they actively take responsibility for their learning:
Exceptional – Has a consistently positive impact on the climate for learning working consistently above expectations on all of the following:
- Shows high standards of behaviour in class- e.g. proactively engaging in learning asking and answering questions.
- Shows commitment to their progress e.g. making significant progress when acting on feedback.
- Shows a responsibility for their learning e.g. completing work outside the class to a high standard.
Above Expected – Shows high standards of:
- Behaviour in class- e.g. proactively engaging in learning asking and answering questions.
- Commitment to their progress e.g. making significant progress when acting on feedback.
- Responsibility for their learning e.g. completing work outside the class to a high standard.
Expected – Meets expectations:
- Meets expected standards for behaviour in class.
- Acts on feedback as expected.
- Completes homework to an adequate standard and meets deadlines.
- Equipped for lessons.
Below Expected – Does not consistently:
- Meet expected standards for behaviour in class e.g. low level disruption.
- Act on feedback as expected.
- Complete homework to an adequate standard and meet deadlines.
- Equipped for lessons.