Year 11 Mock Exam Information for parents/carers

Please find detailed below information relating to the areas of revision students will need to be completing for their mock exams commencing Monday 29th November.

Teachers have shared this information with students over the past few weeks and students have been given all of the necessary resources required to support them in their independent work at home.

I hope this information this useful for you in talking to your child about their upcoming exams and provides you with the detail you require to support you in these conversations and in helping your child to work at home.

Mock Exam Information

Progress Reports

Teaching staff undertake continual assessment of students’ progress in lessons to ensure the learning is pitched to present consistently high challenge. This continual assessment of progress is then captured through Progress Reports each half term. As part of our commitment to being partners in learning, this report is discussed by each child and their coach to set targets together for the following half term. The content of the report also forms the basis for conversations between the coach and parents/carers. Progress is also rewarded at the end of each term, with assemblies celebrating success. Certificates are presented to students demonstrating outstanding Character for Achievement attributes such resilience, independence, motivation and empathy.

More information can be found here.

Examinations

Twice each year, students in years 7, 8 and 9 will receive an assessment report, following midterm and final examinations. These detailed reports highlight strengths and areas for improvement in each subject.

Further information can be found here.

Throughout years 10 and 11, students will sit a series of mock examinations. These allow teaching staff to adapt their teaching to intervene where needed.