Parents and students receive regular feedback from school about how students are progressing in each subject.
The government announced in 2015 a comprehensive change in the way schools would be expected to monitor and report progress and attainment from early years through to year 11. The old 'levels' that were reported last year are no longer part of this new approach.
All schools have been looking at alternatives as there has not been an edict from the government. St Martins School has the benefit of being an all through school and we have been working on a set of progress and attainment measures that are relevant and meaningful for primary and the secondary phase as we track pupils progress as an all through school.
Detailed reports are produced once per academic year; summary reports are produced each term. Data is captured each half term and discussed with students.
Communication between home and school is really important. There is a progress evening for each year group during the year when parents will be able to meet subject teachers.
With all these changes affecting pupils and parents if you have any questions or concerns please contact school to speak to class teacher/tutor.
Download the explanatory document for monitoring and tracking in the secondary phase.