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Primary Reports and Levels

– Levels –

Levels are the grade system used in British Education from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 3. This system describes attainment in each subject against fixed curriculum knowledge and skills criteria for each subject. These criteria relate to a Level, which is further divided into sub-level. This system allows students and parents to ´see´ progression, but also to identify what is an expected level of progression through an academic year. Students, on average, are expected to progress by two sub-levels per year, and an understanding of this will also be provided in the presentation, which you can access below.

KS1 and KS2 overview tracking table

LEVELEND OF YEAR 1END OF YEAR 2END OF YEAR 3END OF YEAR 4END OF YEAR 5END OF YEAR 6
6c
5a
5b
5cexceeding
4aexceeding
4bexceedingEXPECTED
4cexceedingexceedingEXPECTED
3aexceedingEXPECTEDemerging
3bexceedingEXPECTEDemergingemerging
3cexceedingEXPECTEDemerging
2aexceedingEXPECTEDemerging
2bexceedingexceedingEXPECTEDemerging
2cexceedingEXPECTEDemerging
1aexceedingEXPECTED
1bEXPECTEDemerging
1cEXPECTEDemerging
Wa (P7-8)emerging
Wb (P5-6)
Wc (P3-4)
-W (P1-2)

– Responsibility for Learning –

Responsibility for Learning has also been introduced this year across Secondary, replacing effort grades on reports. This grading system will provide a structure for students through which students and parents can identify how the students can develop as effective learners.

An understanding of both these grading systems is valuable in providing support of your child´s learning.

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