Attitude to Learning: How we report on your progress at EUTC
This term we are taking new steps to ensure our students understand how we record and report their progress during 'Data Drops'.
DataDrops take place every half term. We report on 3 key areas:
- CPG - Current Predicted Grade
- WAG - Working At Grade
- ATL - Attitude to Learning
How do we gather your data?
In the first term, you all carried out a series of CATs (Cognitive Abilities Tests).
These assess your potential and help generate a grade that you should be aspiring towards.
CPG: Current Predicted Grade
When you enter the school for each subject you are given a Minimum Expected Target and a Challenge Target based on the tests you carry out at the start of the year.
These will NEVER change and you can ask your teacher about this.
WAG: Working At Grade
In September, when you start Year 10, every member of the class should start at a U grade. This is because NO assessment content has been delivered. From lesson 1 every student starts climbing up the achievement ladder.
It would be expected that each student should be making improved or steady progress during Year 10 as each new piece of content is taught.
During Year 11, you should be edging closer to your CPG. (Here is a fictional example).
ATL: Attitude to Learning
Every students should be aspiring to achieve a 1 in their attitude to learning. Engaging in the content, completing homework and classwork in good time and following instructions and guidance from the teacher in class.
1 - Excellent engagement, positive progress being made.
2 - Good engagement, maybe a missed deadline or progress is minimal
3 - There is a concern about attitude, and this is affecting progress.
4 - Attitude to learning is not sufficient for adequate process to be made
If you want to discuss our approach to reporting progress and attainment at EUTC you can talk to Miss LeRoux, Mr Panton or Mr Mitchell. Alternatively email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8386 6220.