KS5 Information (Years 12 & 13)
In Year 12, students will receive a report card each term (three per annum).
Every report card will contain the Most Likely Outcome (MLO) grade and Attitude To Learning (ATL) for each subject. In addition to this, the Target Grade for each subject will also be given; this is generated with guidance from ALPS. This organisation helps us to set aspirational targets for students based on their prior attainment at KS4. Students will also receive a Praise and a Progress comment from each subject teacher as well as a form tutor comment once a year. In the summer term, the final report card will also include an exam result.
In Year 13, students receive two report cards. One in the Autumn Term after their mocks and another in the Spring Term. Similar to Year 12, the report card will contain MLO, ATL and their Target Grade. In the Autumn term the students will also receive their UCAS predicted grade, Mock result and MLO. Students will also receive a Praise and a Progress comment from each subject teacher as well as a form tutor comment once a year.
Your child will be awarded an Attitude to Learning level as outlined below. We have high expectations of all students at STAGS, and we expect most students will receive a ‘3’ for ‘Meeting STAGS Expectations’.
Over the course of the year some students may demonstrate that they have exceeded these expectations and will be awarded a level 4. For exemplary attitude students will receive a level 5 and will be invited to a Headteacher’s celebration lunch in the summer term where they can share how they have exceeded expectations in a subject area.
KS5 Reporting - Key Dates for 2023-2024
If you have any queries about your child’s progress within a subject, please do not hesitate to contact their Subject Teacher. If your queries are more general i.e. across a number of subjects, please contact your child’s Director of Learning.