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Kingsbury
High School

At Kingsbury High School we see assessment as an integral part of the teaching and learning process, and it is inextricably linked to our curriculum.  Most of our assessment is done by teachers in the day-to-day delivery of their lessons (formative assessment).   Progress Reports are also sent home twice each academic year to inform parents about how their children are performing at school (summative assessment).

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Report 1: Attitude to Learning Report (Autumn Term)

Report 2: Progress Report with Attitude to Learning score and attainment in exam (reported as percentage achieved compared to average for the year group in the subject).

Report 1: Attitude to Learning Report (Autumn Term)

Report 2: Progress Report with Attitude to Learning score and attainment in exam (reported as GCSE grades per subject compared to target grade which is based on student's prior attainment).

 

Attitude to Learning Scores:

Behaviour for Learning

This attitude to learning score indicates how respectful students are to peers and staff in their lessons and how well they engage and participate in their learning.

1 = Excellent: Always on task and an active contributor to class and group activities.  Independently takes actions to improve.  Always listens and responds respectfully to staff and peers.

2 = Good:  Usually on task with only a few lapses in concentration.  Usually an active contributor to class and group activities.  Actively seeks and acts on advice to improve.  Usually listens and responds respectfully to staff and peers.

3 = Needs  to improve: Occasionally is on task but sometimes distracts the learning of others.  Occasionally is an active contributor to class and group activities.  Occasionally seeks and acts on advice to improve.

4 = Serious cause for concern: Rarely is on task, frequently disturbing the learning of others.  Rarely an active contributor to class and group activities.  Rarely seeks and acts on advice to improve.

Organisation for Learning

This attitude to learning score indicates how well-prepared students are for their learning – whether they regularly bring the correct equipment and kit to classes.

1 = Excellent: Always punctual to lessons.  Always brings the correct equipment.  Always presents work to a high standard with care and considerable effort.

2 = Good:  Usually punctual to lessons.  Usually brings the correct equipment.  Usually presents work to a high standard with reasonable care and effort.

3 = Needs to improve: Occasionally punctual to lessons.  Occasionally brings the correct equipment.  Occasionally presents work to an acceptable standard and with care and effort.

4 = Serious cause for concern: Rarely punctual to lessons.  Rarely brings the correct equipment.  Rarely presents work to an acceptable standard, with little thought or effort.

Home Learning

This attitude to learning score indicates how well students use opportunities to extend their learning with homework and independent learning opportunities; whether they complete homework and the level of effort they put into this.

1 = Excellent: Always meets homework deadlines.  Always puts 100% effort into homework.

2 = Good:  Usually meets homework deadlines.  Usually puts in a great deal of effort into his/her homework.

3 = Needs to improve: Occasionally meets homework deadlines.  Occasionally puts in an acceptable level of effort into homework.

4 = Serious cause for concern: Rarely meets homework deadlines.  Rarely puts in an acceptable level of effort into homework.