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Information about your child's report
 
 

Below is the information you will find helpful in understanding your child's termly and end of year report. If you still have questions after reading the information on these pages, please contact your child's class teacher.

 

Attainment and Effort:

Attainment grades are given as a grade relating to either: emerging, expected or exceeding/greater depth. These grades relate to how well your child has developed and applied the knowledge, skills and understanding expected within the national curriculum statements and school schemes of work for your child’s year group. A copy of these can be found under the ‘Curriculum’ heading on our school website. For other subjects, the grade links to how well your child has achieved against the planned expectations within each unit of work across the year.

Well below

Emerging

Expected

Exceeding/

Greater Depth

Grade

1.0

1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.5

1.6

1.7

1.8

1.9

Numerical Value

86

90

93

96

100

104

107

110

114

118+

 

 

Attitudes and Dispositions:

We place a great deal of emphasis throughout the school year on your child’s attitudes and dispositions towards their learning and wider contribution to school life. Below is an overview of some of the defining characteristics of each grade though please note, judgements are made on a ‘best fit’ basis so your child may not display or demonstrate all characteristics within the grade awarded.

Class Dojo Certificates are awarded as follows:

Medal = 1000 Dojos

Honours = 800 Dojos

Gold = 600 Dojos

Silver =400 Dojos

Bronze = 200 Dojos

Support from Home:

1 - Concern

2 – Needs some improvement

3 - Good

4 - Excellent

Attendance grades are awarded as follows:

Below 92.99%

93% – School Average

School Average – 98.99%

99% - 100%

Punctuality grades are awarded as a reverse of attendance based on the percentage of times late:

Above 4%

Above 3%

1.1% – 3%

0-1%

Home Reading: Each time your child completes a book within the school reading scheme, this is noted within their reading record. Each time your child demonstrates they have read a book off the designated year group reading list, this is also recorded. The total of these two records is then used to create an average ‘books read’ figure for the class and compared against the number of books read by your child.

Book Bands: This section indicates your child’s current position within our reading scheme. If your child falls below the ‘expected’ band for their year group, the class teacher will discuss ways in which you can support them further at home.

Year 1

Well Below

Emerging

Expected

Above

Exceeding

BB*

Red

Yellow

Blue

Green

Orange

Turq.

Purple

Gold

ORT**

Stage 2

Stage 3

Stage 4

Stage 5

Stage 6

Stage 6

Stage 7

Stage 8

Please note that your child may be reading within the expected book band but not demonstrating sufficient comprehension of the text to be judged as ‘expected’ within the reading attainment judgment overleaf.     * = Book Band    **ORT = Oxford Reading Tree

Maths Passport: Here we note your child’s position within our individual maths target scheme. Throughout the year your child has been taught and assessed against the three ‘year group’ passports relevant to your child. The first passport number therefore represents the highest passport passes within the year group range. The passport number in brackets represents a higher or lower passport your child has also been working on (if applicable).

Parents can use the grid below to work out where their child sits against the school expected passport (which is the final numbered passport within your child’s year group).

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

Rec

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Year 6+

Homework: Each week your child will be allocated at least one piece of homework. When this is handed, you child’s class teacher will make a record of this throughout the year which is used to inform the judgement within this report.