The Kingsway School believes that the partnership between home and school is an important aspect in helping the individual student to learn and achieve. Good and regular communication between these partners is therefore vital.

We have identified, as a major priority, the enhancement of student performance. The reporting of all aspects of student performance to parents is an important element of this. Therefore, parents/guardians will receive monitoring data once a term.

As we move towards new qualifications at GCSE, we are in the process of changing our systems of assessment so that we are in line with new requirements.

1. In Years 7, 8 and 9 the following will take place:

During the autumn Term of Year 7 parents/guardians will receive:

  • Target pathways for all subjects
  • Progress judgements for English, maths, science, geography, history and French
  • Homework scores for all subjects
  • Attitude to learning scores for all subjects
  • Attendance data

From the spring Term of Year 7 onwards parents/guardians will receive:

  • Target pathways for all subjects
  • Progress judgements for all subjects
  • Homework scores for all subjects
  • Attitude to learning scores for all subjects
  • Attendance data

2. In Year 10 the following will take place:

Each term parents/guardians will receive:

  • Aspirational Target grades/numbers for each subject
  • Working at grades/numbers for each subject
  • Homework scores for all subjects
  • Attitude to learning scores for all subjects
  • Attendance data

3. In Year 11 the following will take place:

In the autumn and spring terms parents/guardians will receive:

  • Aspirational Target grades/numbers for each subject
  • Projected grades/numbers for each subject
  • Homework scores for all subjects
  • Attitude to learning scores for all subjects
  • Attendance data
  • In addition in the spring term parents/guardians will also receive their pre-public examination results

4. Parents' Evenings

These will provide the opportunity to discuss with class teachers progress made in individual subjects.

5. Review Days

These have been scheduled to take place during the autumn and summer terms and will provide the opportunity to discuss with form tutors and other pastoral staff general progress being made with the aim of agreeing targets for improvement.

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