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Hilbre High School Humanities College

Hilbre High School
Humanities College

Assessment

assesment

Assessment

Pupil Progress Report:

Our Progress Reports have been carefully designed to give a clear indication about current progress in each subject and progress towards a target. One Progress Report per annum also contains detailed written information per subject.

  • Students in Years 7, 8 and 9 receive 4 Progress Reports per annum
  • Students in Year 10 receive 6 Progress Reports
  • Students in Year 11 receive 3 Progress Reports + Mocks
  • Students in Year 12 receive 3 Progress Reports + Mocks
  • Students in Year 13 receive 3 Progress Reports + Mocks

Progress Reports, not containing detailed written subject information, report information as seen in the following example:

Subject Progress

Staff Name  and email

Current Grade

Rate of Progress

Comment

Art

caven@hilbre.wirral.sch.uk

4

Good

On track to make good progress and achieve a Grade 8 at end of KS4.

Citizenship

mooret@hilbre.wirral.sch.uk

2

Unsatisfactory

Not on track to makeexpected progress and achieve a Grade 8 at end of KS4.

Drama

popi@hilbre.wirral.sch.uk

4

Outstanding

On track to make outstanding progress and achieve a Grade 9 at end of KS4.

English

bowied@hilbre.wirral.sch.uk

3

Satisfactory

On track to make minimum expected progress and achieve a Grade 7 at end of KS4.

Progress Reports, containing detailed written subject information have additional commentary for each subject.

We use two Progression Pathways, available to see through the link below, to determine the progress a student is making. In the first table the Progression Pathways for all subjects other than Modern Foreign Languages are shown. In the second table Modern Foreign Languages have different pathways, as we assume that students begin a language at Hilbre, without prior knowledge of the language.

What is Progress 8? Watch the Government produced video below, explaing how Progress 8 works:

Upon entry to Hilbre, students are put onto particular flightpaths, determined by their Key Stage 2 results, as indicated in the left-hand column of each table. We set four separate flightpaths; one for English, based on Key Stage 2 English results; one for mathematics, based on Key Stage 2 mathematics results; one for Modern Foreign Languages and one for all other subjects, both based on an average of the English and mathematics results. Flightpath targets are set against national standards.

To see our Progression Pathway tables, please click the link below: