Attitude Towards Learning

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Attitude Towards Learning (ALT):

This single number encompasses effort, behavior, homework and is scaled from “1 to 4”. The table below shows how it is applied. As it can be seen, 1 is the highest grade.

1

· Always hands in work on time and does more than expected.

· Does not have to be reminded about attitudes to learning.

· Homework is always completed on time.

2

· Work is handed on time and generally works with interest.

· Has a good attitude to learning.

· Homework is usually completed on time.

3

· Most class work is completed on time.

· Occasional reminders are required to re-focus attitude to learning.

· Homework is sometime late.

4

· Completes the minimum of work, or less.

· Needs frequent reminders to return to the set task and affects the learning of others.

· Homework is usually late or incomplete.

· Teacher has been unable to comment.

Levels:

(i) The use of sub levels:

This shows you how they are progressing within each level. Sub level ‘A' is the highest and ‘C' is the lowest.

(ii) Current Attainment:

This is the level your child is currently working at.

(iii) End of Key Stage Target level:

This is the minimum level that your child is capable of achieving at the end of the key stage.

(iv) End of Year Target:

This is an interim target to enable closer monitoring of progress.

Attendance

Pupils who have an excellent record of attendance are usually those who achieve their full potential. The attendance data is measured for the period we are reporting on.

ATTENDANCE

WHAT IT MEANS

100 - 96 %

No concern - has excellent to good attendance

95 - 90 %

Level of non-attendance may begin to impact your child's progress

Below 90 %

Serious concern - your child's poor attendance will be having a serious impact on their progress.

Tracking Report: Grade: Year:

Student Name: Term 1

Term 2

Final

SUBJECT

Attitude Towards Learning

Progress Indicator

Attainment Term 1 ()

Attainment Term 2 (April)

Attainment Final( June)

End of Year Target

End of Key Stage Target

English (Overall)

Speaking/Listening

Reading/Writing

Mathematics

Science

ICT

Art

History

Geography

P.E

P.T

Personal Social Health Education

Drama

Dance

Music

ATTENDANCE:

Days

Week

Beginning

1

2

3

4

5

KEY TO CODES

Present (Before Break)

(After Break)

Other Authorised Circumstances

Extended Family Holiday (Agreed)

Family Holiday (Agreed)

Illness

Medical Appointments

Approved Sporting Activity

Study Leave

Educational Visit/Trip

Work Experience/Inter school Events

Extended Family Holiday (not agreed)

No Reason yet Provided for Absence

Unexcused Absence

Religious Observance

School Closed to Pupils

Enforced Closure

Pupil not on Roll

Late (after registers close)

All should attend / No mark recorded

Summary:

From ____________ to ____________

Days

Percentage (%)

Total Numbers of Days

Working Days

Attendance

Excused Absence

Unexcused Absence

END OF YEAR TARGET:

Grade 5

Subject

English

Maths

Science

ICT

Art

PE

History

Geography

Dr/Da/Mu

Wellness

Yoga

Level

Grade 6

Subject

English

Maths

Science

ICT

Art

PE

History

Geography

Dr/Da/Mu

Wellness

Yoga

Level

Grade 7

Subject

English

Maths

Science

ICT

Art

PE

History

Geography

Dr/Da/Mu

Wellness

Yoga

Level

Grade 8

Subject

English

Maths

Science

ICT

Art

PE

History

Geography

Dr/Da/Mu

Wellness

Yoga

Level

Key Stage 1 (KS 1)

Key Stage 2 (KS 2)

Key Stage 3 (KS 3)

Key Stage 4 (KS 4)

Grade

Grade: 2, 3, 4

Grade: 6, 7, 8

Grade: 9, 10