TraCKing, assessment & reporting
You will receive five tracking reports for your son/daughter over the course of the academic year (this is reduced to four if your child is in Year 11). The report shows:
The grades we are aiming for and are generated based on your child’s Key Stage 2 data.
Predicted GCSE grade
This is the grade your child's teacher thinks they will achieve for your final GCSE if they carry on with the same commitment, attendance and attitude to learning.
A zero means that they are doing everything in class that is asked of them. Anything above zero is great news because this means they are working excellently in class and doing extra independent study at home! A negative commitment score suggests that some action needs to be taken. Please contact the class teacher or your child’s tutor if you would like to discuss this in more detail.
Tracking will be released to parents on the following dates:
Tracking 1 = 18th October
Tracking 2 = 14th December
Tracking 3 = 15th February
Tracking 4 = 12th April
Tracking 5 = 21st June