Progress Reports

Progress reports are completed 3 times per year for each year group. Dates for the current academic year can be seen in the school calendar. Reports are published in Go4Schools and notifications will be sent via email when this occurs. The data reported is very similar and is detailed below. At the top of each report, contact details are given if you have queries for either your child's House Learning Manager, or specific departments. 

Key Stage 3

Progress measure: Students will have a BASE expectation and then a Current Progress measure for each subject. 

Attitude to Learning: Students will receive an Attitude to Learning grade with 1 being 'Excellent' and 4 being 'Serious concerns'.

'In order to improve' comments: If a student is below target or recieves a 3 or 4 for Attitude to Learning you will see a comment in this section.

*In Key Stage 3, one report will have no comments, just the progress measures and Attitude to Learning

*In Year 7, the first report is a 'Settling-in Report' and details 'Quality of Work' rather than the usual Progress measure.

Key Stage 4

Progress measure: Students will have a Target grade, a Current Grade, a Projected grade and then a Current Progress measure for each subject. 

Attitude to Learning: Students will receive an Attitude to Learning grade with 1 being 'Excellent' and 4 being 'Serious concerns'.

'In order to improve' comments: If a student is below target or recieves a 3 or 4 for Attitude to Learning you will see a comment in this section.

Key Stage 5

Progress measure: Students will have a Target grade, a Current Grade, a Projected grade and then a Current Progress measure for each subject. 

Attitude to Learning: Students will receive an Attitude to Learning grade with 1 being 'Excellent' and 4 being 'Serious concerns'.

'In order to improve' comments: If a student is below target or recieves a 3 or 4 for Attitude to Learning you will see a comment in this section.

Grade descriptions:

Current Grade

This is automatically calculated by mark books within Go 4 Schools and is an aggregate grade created by a combination of completed assessments. It is therefore a live grade. It gives teachers, students and parents an accurate idea of how students are achieving at this current moment in time.

Projected Grade

This is the grade that a teacher believes that each student will achieve at the end of the course. It can be based on their current grade combined with the progress it is believed they will make if they carry on as they are at present.