Tracker Report KS4

Student Tracker Report - KS4 Guide

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1. Targets and Attainment

All students have been set minimum targets for GCSE by using prior attainment data.

GCSE: Targets are grades 1-9 except in unreformed subjects, where they are still A*-G.
BTEC: D=Distinction; M=Merit; Pa=Pass
Level 1/2 courses: E1-3=Entry Level (3 is the highest); L1=Level 1 pass; L2=level 2 pass

All students will receive one ‘Current Working’ Grade every half term.

Changes for 2017 - 2018

The 9 to 1 GCSE grades will be used for those subjects in which reformed GCSEs are being taught. These are:

Year 11 – Art, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Drama, English Language, English Literature, French, Geography, History Maths, Music, PE, Physics, RS, Science, Spanish
Year 10 – All of the above, plus Business Studies, Classics, DT and Media Studies

2. Learning Grade Definitions

Behaviour

 A  Excellent Always polite and respectful to others and always makes a positive contribution to the learning environment
in class and around the school.
 B  Good Usually polite and respectful to others and usually makes a positive contribution to the learning environment
in class and around the school.
 C  Unsatisfactory Is usually polite and respectful to others but needs regular reminders to concentrate on learning without distracting
others and to behave sensibly around the school.
 D  Poor Is often disrespectful to others and distracts others from their learning; has difficulty maintaining a high standard
of behaviour around the school.
 E  Serious Concern Is often rude and disruptive. Is unable to maintain an acceptable level of behaviour in class and around the school.

* In DT the behaviour grade is in reference to student's ability to work safely with tools and equipment, rather than their general behaviour.

Classwork

 Excellent   Work is always completed efficiently and/or to a standard reflecting his/her best work and often going beyond
the expected minimum.
 B  Good Work is usually completed efficiently and/or to a standard reflecting his/her best work.
 C  Unsatisfactory Work is usually completed but not often efficiently and/or does not always reflect his/her best work.
He/she usually only completes the minimum requirements.
 D  Poor   Work is usually not completed efficiently and/or is below the expected standard for his/her ability.
More time and effort needs to be spent on classwork to meet the required standard.
 E  Serious Concern Work is rarely completed and/or is usually of a poor standard.

 

Homework(Not set in PE- KS4 grade for attendance)
For KS3 -If no grade is given then H/W has not been set yet according to the H/W timetable.

 A  Excellent Work is always completed on time to a standard reflecting his/her best work and often going beyond
the expected minimum.
 B  Good Work is usually completed on time to a standard reflecting his/her best work.
 C  Unsatisfactory   Work is usually completed but not regularly on time and/or does not always reflect his/her best work.
He/she usually only completes the minimum requirements.
 D  Poor Work is usually not completed on time and/or is below the expected standard for his/her ability.
More time and effort needs to be spent on homework to meet required standard.
 E  Serious Concern Work is rarely completed and/or is usually of a poor standard.

APS Values GCSE Table