School Reports

Formal reports will be sent home to parents in January and in July. These will be sent through the post.

Key Stage 3 Reports (Years 7-9)

Please read the attached guide to help you understand our assessment and reporting model.

Parent/Carer Guide to Assessment at Key Stage 3 

Below you can find the Report Progress Indicators by subject and year group.

Key Stage 4 and 5 Reports (Years 10-13)

Reports at Key Stage 4 and 5 will show a prediction. This is the teacher prediction based on assessments and attitude to learning of what grade your child may come out with at the end of the period of learning (either at the end of Year 11 for KS4 or the end of Year 13 for KS5). At Key Stage 4 grades will be 9 to 1 (with 9 being the highest possible grade) and at KS5 the grades will be A* to E.

Parental/Carer Guide to Assessment in Year 10

Parental/Carer Guide to Assessment in KS5

Attitude to Learning

Students also receive an attitude to learning grade from A to E (A being the highest, E the lowest).

AtL Grade Meaning
A Excellent attitude to learning. Student works had in lessons, is organised, self-motivated and completes homework.
B Good attitude to learning. Student generally works well, and usually completes homework, but may need reminding to stay on task.
C Poor attitude to learning. Little effort is made, homework is rarely completed, and the student's behaviour may often be unacceptable.
D Cause for concern, no effort is made, homework is not done, student's behaviour is unacceptable.