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Has Your Son/Daugher Had Their End Of Term Report Yet?

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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
I got mine today. What was your kids like?
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
I have had a report for my 7 year old. It is the usual average report nothing brilliant but nothing really bad
My other daughters end of pre-school report is similar but it says she is a determined child, in other words bossy
#2
My kid sis who is 12 had hers . Vast differences she should be working at key stage 4 and like me she enjoys games in school but isnt very good and only got 3+ for dance and gym and a 4 overall. But them she is awesome at art the school talked last year about her sitting her GCSE art at end of year 9 and her art she got key stage 7 already which is GCSE level.
And the rest of her results were a mish mash of 5 and 6 so doing really well. But here's the other 1 i dont get she got an exam result of 93% for welsh in top 5 for her year but is only key stage 4 i know this is the level she should be at. But fmr if she was nearly perfect in the exam surely thats at least a 4+.

My conclusion most of this is BS depends on teacher and how rigidly they follow guidelines.
I mean at end on day what is wrong with just a percentage mark or a grade like we all use to have
#3
DIVA1977

My conclusion most of this is BS depends on teacher and how rigidly they follow guidelines.
I mean at end on day what is wrong with just a percentage mark or a grade like we all use to have


I totally agree, Maths was my best subject when I went into Secondary but i've just totally slipped down, I was predicted 7c at the end of Yr 8 but I only got a 6c.

And it's all because of the teacher I was given who could not control the class and who spent more time threatening the bad kids with getting sent out ( Which hardly ever happened!) then spending time explaining to people like me who don't understand something.

A few times if we were all loud she didn't explain something completly new and just give us a sheet and say 'Do this' and if we didn't get up to a certain point we would be in for unch! ( Which never happened again!)
#4
Got my 8 year olds, full of praise as expected, even an extra congratulations from his head on all his hard work.

My 4 year olds from nursery on the other hand said "he know the boundaries and constantly tries to push them" :roll:
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DIVA1977
My kid sis who is 12 had hers . Vast differences she should be working at key stage 4 and like me she enjoys games in school but isnt very good and only got 3+ for dance and gym and a 4 overall. But them she is awesome at art the school talked last year about her sitting her GCSE art at end of year 9 and her art she got key stage 7 already which is GCSE level.
And the rest of her results were a mish mash of 5 and 6 so doing really well. But here's the other 1 i dont get she got an exam result of 93% for welsh in top 5 for her year but is only key stage 4 i know this is the level she should be at. But fmr if she was nearly perfect in the exam surely thats at least a 4+.

My conclusion most of this is BS depends on teacher and how rigidly they follow guidelines.
I mean at end on day what is wrong with just a percentage mark or a grade like we all use to have


To get past a 4 in a language your child would need to do different tenses. They don't teach these to children of that age as they (mostly) have just been introduced to the language and teach the basics first. That's why they are only at stage 4. Hope that's helpful.
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fireheaven

My 4 year olds from nursery on the other hand said "he know the boundaries and constantly tries to push them" :roll:


Can't blame him for trying :giggle:

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