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Shenley Brook End School

Shenley Brook End School

Reports

You should be able to find all of the report information for your child on go4schools.com. If you are having trouble accessing go4schools please contact steer@sbeschool.org.uk. If you have any concerns about your child’s report please contact your child’s form tutor in the first instance. On this page we have detailed a little extra information about the reports as per the parent mail you will receive when reports are published.

Grades

Year 7

The progress review provides a record of student progress in each subject.

Teachers have rated students’ attitudes, this is a key component of our Attitudes, Skills and Knowledge (ASK) reporting framework.  Do they demonstrate curiosity by asking relevant questions and learn by making mistakes? Are they creative in how they think and approach activities?  How well do they cooperate with staff and peers?  Do they commit themselves wholeheartedly to activities? 

Mastering (highest level), Progressing, Developing and Launching (lowest level).

Year 8

Teachers have rated students’ attitudes and skills, these are key components of our Attitudes, Skills and Knowledge (ASK) reporting framework.  Do they demonstrate curiosity by asking relevant questions and learn by making mistakes? Are they creative in how they think and approach activities?  How well do they cooperate with staff and peers?  Do they commit themselves wholeheartedly to activities?  Are they consistently demonstrating high levels of effort in classwork and homework? How well do they apply the skills of TENSILE (Teamwork, Expression, Numeracy, Solving Problems, Independence, Literacy and Enquiry) or subject related skills?  These have been reported as follows:

Mastering (highest level), Progressing, Developing and Launching (lowest level).

Years 9 - 11

The progress review provides a record of student progress in each subject. The forecast grade given is based on a GCSE grade.  This is the grade your child would expect to achieve in the GCSE examinations in June 2022 if work continues at the current level. Grades can easily change with improved (or reduced) effort. Each grade is split into three parts. For example, where a student has attained 4+ this indicates that he/she should achieve a grade 4 or higher, whereas 4- indicates that there is still work to do to secure a 4 grade. 

For OCR National and Technical Awards (iMedia, PE and Business), the available grades are D*, D, M, P, L1D, L1M, L1P or F.  There is no forecast grade reported for Life Skills. There is no forecast grade reported for Additional PE.

 
GCSE Grading Equivalents
 
OCR National and Technical Award
 
A* to A+
A+ to A*-
A- to A
B to B+
C+ to B-
C- to C
9
8
7
6
5
4
  D*      Distinction*
  D        Distinction
  M        Merit
  P         Pass
Level 2
Grades
E+ to D+
F to E
G- to F-
3
2
1
  L1D    Level 1 Distinction
  L1M    Level 1 Merit
  L1P     Level 1 Pass
Level 1
Grades
U 0   F          Fail  

Teachers have rated students’ attitudes and skills, these are key components of our Attitudes, Skills and Knowledge (ASK) reporting framework.  Do they demonstrate curiosity by asking relevant questions and learn by making mistakes? Are they creative in how they think and approach activities?  How well do they cooperate with staff and peers?  Do they commit themselves wholeheartedly to activities?  Are they consistently demonstrating high levels of effort in classwork and homework? How well do they apply the skills of TENSILE (Teamwork, Expression, Numeracy, Solving Problems, Independence, Literacy and Enquiry) or subject related skills?  These have been reported as follows:

Mastering (highest level), Progressing, Developing and Launching (lowest level).

 

Attitude Skills Knowledge

Please see the ASK section of our website for more information on this.

 

Years 7 - 11 Reflection Week

Prior to reflection week we would like parents to work with their children to ensure their forecast and attitude score have been discussed and transferred into their learning passport. 

During 'Student Reflection Week' your child can expect to spend time in each of their subjects reviewing their progress. This will predominantly be based around their attitudes, skills and knowledge, but will result in them creating a target for each subject.

From here students should discuss with their parents and their form tutor their priorities for the coming months and select three of the subject targets to invest in. Students should ensure their subject teachers are aware they have chosen that subject to focus on and when their teacher feels they have completed that target will tick it off in their learning passport. 
 
Being able to reflect on our achievements can be a powerful learning activity and a motivation booster. Framing setbacks as opportunities for learning is something we encourage learners to do, but unless we provide them with the opportunities to reflect, they will not be able to do the reforming required.