At Charlton school parents and students receive information on Progress, Attainment and Attitude to Learning at the following points of the year:
- Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 – November and March and July
- Year 11 – November, January and March
- Year 11 receive an annual written report in March
- Years 7-10 receive an End of Year written report in July
Key Stage 4
The Progress Tracking grids received by students in Years 10 and 11 follow the format on the right:
Col-A: Subject Identification.
Col-B: ATL Attitude to Learning scores are given using the criteria below; each student is given a grade that ‘best fits’ the criteria. The grade does not necessarily mean that every descriptor applies to a student.
Col-C: The current working at (WA) column shows the grade that the teacher believes your child would achieve if they sat the GCSE now, based on evidence collected.
Col-D: The MEG gives an estimate of the minimum grade we would expect your child to achieve if they were committed and focused in and out of lessons. It has been calculated using a range of information and many students will achieve higher grades than their minimum expected grade (MEG).