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We aim to provide you with useful information about your daughter’s progress during her school career through regular reports.
At the start of their time at EGA, students will be given target GCSE grades, based on Fischer Family Trust indicators and detailed assessments. This is the minimum grade we expect your daughter to achieve by the end of KS4.
During year 7 and 8, your daughter will receive a termly ‘Readiness for GCSE’ report that contains data about her Progress, Commitment to Learning, Attendance, Punctuality and Reading Age.
In year 9, 10 and 11 your daughter will receive a termly ‘Readiness for College’ report that contains data about her Progress, Projected GCSE grades, Commitment to Learning, Attendance, Punctuality and Reading Age.
Attendance: The percentage of ‘present’ marks at morning and afternoon registration.
Punctuality: The number of late marks for lessons and registration.
Reading Age: indicates how close your child’s reading age is to her chronological age (years/months).
Commitment to Learning Grades (1-4): This is a reflection of your child’s current behaviour and attitude to learning in particular subjects.
Progress Levels(1-4): This is a reflection of how well your child is acquiring skills and knowledge in particular subjects.
Projected Grades (1-9): This is the grade we believe your daughter will achieve if she continues working at her current rate and maintains her commitment to learning.
Your daughter’s report will be used to support conversations about learning with parents, teachers and tutors. The report will indicate whether students are on target to reach the standards required to be successful in the next stage of their school career. You will also be given information about how best to support your daughter to make outstanding progress.
We encourage parents to make contact with the school to speak to relevant subject teachers if you have any concerns about her progress information.