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Progress Reports

Progress Report

 

Click here to access your child's online progress report.

 

 

Upcoming Reports

Printed reports will be sent home at the following times; 

 

Years 7-10
Year 11
P2S1
(Reporting period 1)
Week beginning 24th November
P2S2
(Reporting period 2)
Week beginning 2nd February
P2S3
(Reporting period 3)
Week beginning 20th April
P2S4
(Reporting period 4)
Week beginning
20th July
n/a

 

 Understanding the P2S report

 

 

 

 

How to find further information.

Guides to online reporting is available to download below. Information on what has been taught in each subject during this reporting period, can be found in the curriculum section of the school website;

 

If you have any concerns you wish to discuss, please do not hesitate to get in touch. If your concern relates to individual subjects, your first point of contact is your child’s class teacher.  You can find their name printed on the report. If your concern is not about progress in particular subjects, then your first point of contact is your child’s Personal Tutor.

 

Telephone 0151 423 2721

 

 

Criteria for Attitude to Learning Grades (AtL)

 

1: Outstanding

A learner’s attitude to their studies is exemplary in all aspects of their work. They engage positively in all lessons and, in line with their ability, demonstrate consistently outstanding levels of commitment and dedication to the learning process. This includes ensuring they have the necessary equipment and Extended Learning is always completed on time and to the very best of their ability.

 

2: Good

A learner makes a consistently positive contribution during all lessons. They participate fully and engage readily both in independent and group work. They set a positive example for others to follow, have the necessary equipment and Extended Learning is completed on time and to a good standard.

 

3: Unsatisfactory

A learner demonstrates unacceptable levels of application to the subject area. They demonstrate poor levels of motivation which may include a lack of equipment, late completion of Extended Learning and a poor standard of work both in and out of the classroom.

 

4. Cause for Concern

A learner’s engagement in class is minimal and makes little or no attempt to complete work or enter discussion, despite positive teacher intervention. They are regularly ill equipped for the lesson and Extended Learning is often late, incomplete or done to a poor standard.

 

 

Criteria for Behaviour Grades (B)

 

1: Outstanding

A learner demonstrates mature and thoughtful behaviour that promotes a positive working environment. Learners are supportive and respectful of one another and set a first class example for all to follow.

 

2: Good

A learner’s behaviour contributes to a good working environment. They are reliable, often show maturity and set high standards for others to follow. Their behaviour does not impact on the learning of others within the class.

 

3: Unsatisfactory

Effective teaching and learning and the progress of learners has been compromised on too many occasions. The learner has demonstrated a lack of co-operation with the class teacher and demonstrates continuing disruptive behaviour.

 

4. Cause for Concern

A learner has not responded to sanctions imposed by the class teacher in line with the Behaviour for Learning Policy. This behaviour has resulted in the learner being referred to the Key Stage or Subject Leader.

 

5. Serious Cause for Concern

A learner has not responded to sanctions imposed by the Key Stage or Subject Leader in line with the Behaviour for Learning Policy. This level of concern also includes any behaviour that affects the safety and well-being of others, is rebellious or anti-social.

 

 

  1. Parents mini Guide to Progress Reports (2013-2014)
  2. Parents Guide to Progress Reports
  3. Parents Guide to End of Year Progress Reports