progress reports
We have created short explanatory videos for each year groups progress reports.

Please select the appropriate guide below to see a short explanation of your son or daughters report.

Student progress is reported to parents five times a year (approximately once per half term).

There are significant changes to the national framework on reporting.

At key stage 3 schools across the country have been tasked with designing their own progress indicators, called “Life After Levels”.

At key stage 4 the government is to move from A* to E grading of GCSE’s to a 1 to 9 scale.

The guides below have been created to ensure that students and parents are fully informed as to the progress towards clearly defined targets.

However, if you still have questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact the school.

Year 11 Progress Reports Explained

Year 10 Progress Reports Explained

Year 9 Progress Reports Explained

Further Information regarding GCSEs:

The link below provides information regarding when individual subjects will move from A, B, C GCSE grading to the 9 to 1 scale:

The link below provides further information on why the 9 to 1 scale is being introduced: