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COMMENTS: exam comments 2
1=In their recent Maths assessment #N was awarded a provisional grade of #?. This is an excellent reflection of the effort and focus that #e has put into their work over lockdown and beyond, making sure #e revised appropriately and listened to all advice given.
2=In their recent Maths assessment #N was awarded a provisional grade of #?. This is a good reflection of #h current ability at the end of yr 10, #e took sensible notes and made sure to revise carefully.
3=In their recent Maths assessment #N was awarded a provisional grade of #? This is a disappointing grade that reflects #h attitude to maths currently. No revision appeared to be undertaken and the exam itself was not attempted with care.
COMMENTS: Exam group comments 1
1=As we have been completing assessments for exam grades #N has shown a lack of motivation in class that has directly affected #h grade. #N did not take proper revision notes or put full effort into lessons which lowered #h chances of a good grade.
2=As we have been completing assessments for exam grades #N has shown an improved motivation in class that helped #m to get #h best grade possible. #N took some good revision notes and put an improved effort into lessons.
3=As we have been completing assessments for exam grades #N showed a much improved motivation in class that helped #m to get #h best grade possible. #N took good revision notes and put an improved effort into lessons.
4=In their recent Maths assessment #N was awarded a provisional grade of #?
COMMENTS: jan 2022 yr 11
1=In their recent Maths assessment #N was awarded a provisional grade of #?. This is an excellent reflection of the effort and focus that #e has put into their work over lockdown and beyond, making sure #e revised appropriately and listened to all advice given.
2=In their recent Maths assessment #N was awarded a provisional grade of #?. This is a good reflection of #h current ability at the end of yr 10, #e took sensible notes and made sure to revise carefully.
3=In their recent Maths assessment #N was awarded a provisional grade of #? This is a disappointing grade that reflects #h attitude to maths currently. No revision appeared to be undertaken and the exam itself was not attempted with care.
COMMENTS: jan 2022 yr 11 attitude 4
1=It is clear from #h Maths and Numeracy mock results that #N has the knowledge and skills required to answer the questions, as shown by their current Maths GCSE Grade of a #?, and now needs to focus on Numeracy style questions in order to understand which skill they need to use for each question.
2=It is clear from #h Maths and Numeracy mock results that #N has the knowledge and skills required to answer the questions, as shown by their current Maths GCSE Grade of a #?, and now needs to focus on Numeracy style questions in order to understand which skill they need to use for each question to gain the best marks possible in the summer exam.
COMMENTS: jan 2022 yr 11 attitude 5
1=During lessons #? shows an excellent attitude and pays close attention to notes and example GCSE questions in order to make sure #e has a full understanding of the topics. Well done #?
2=During lessons #? makes a good effort to listen and take notes, only occasionally having to be reminded to stay on task and practise the skills needed
3=During lessons #? is very slow to settle and attempt the work and often has to be reminded to take notes and attempt example questions. In order to gain the best grade possible #e should avoid distractions and make sure to focus on the work required.
COMMENTS: jan 2022 yr 11 intro
1=This year #N has had the opportunity to strengthen and improve on specific skills and topics, based on the mathematical concepts covered in Year 10. #E recently received #h mark from #h GCSE mock assessments sat in January. This has provided #N with an accurate account of what is achieved, depending on the level of preparation beforehand. To provide an estimate of #h currently working at grade, it is important to reflect on #h; recent mock mark, My Maths independent tasks and work produced
COMMENTS: jan 2022 yr 11 intro1
1=This year #N has had the opportunity to strengthen and improve on specific skills and topics, based on the mathematical concepts covered in Year 10. #E recently received #h mark from #h GCSE mock assessments sat in January. This has provided #N with an accurate account of what is achieved, depending on the level of preparation beforehand. To provide an estimate of #h currently working at grade, it is important to reflect on #h; recent mock mark, My Maths independent tasks and work produced.
COMMENTS: jan 2022 yr 11 intro2
1=Taking these three elements into account, #N is currently working at a grade #?, with the potential of moving towards a #? grade. However, I would like to stress the importance of the mock results, as it indicates what #N is able to produce independently and under exam conditions as of right now. #? will be given detailed feedback regarding #h mock results, along with links to support tutorials and guidance in how to improve.
COMMENTS: jan 2022 yr 11 intro3
1=#? has been given detailed feedback regarding #h mock results, along with links to support tutorials and guidance in how to improve in certain areas. I would encourage you to assist #N in reflecting and acting on this feedback.
COMMENTS: jan 2022 yr 11 mymaths
1=Homework and independant tasks on MyMaths have been completed well and to a good standard.
2=Some of the homework and independent tasks on MyMaths have been completed to a good standard.
3=Very few of the homework and independent tasks on MyMaths have been completed and this will need some serious focus as the independent work is an excellent way of ensuring that a topic has been understood.
COMMENTS: jan 2022 yr 11 target 1
1=STRIVE To act on detailed feedback from recent GCSE mock and use links to support tutorials to develop a greater understanding of topics.
2=STRIVE To ensure that lesson time is spent appropriately, listening and making an effort to complete work set.
3=STRIVE
COMMENTS: jan 2022 yr 11 target 2
1=STRIVE To ensure that lesson time is spent appropriately, listening and making an effort to complete work set.To act on detailed feedback from recent GCSE mock and use links to support tutorials to develop a greater understanding of topics.
2=STRIVE To attend after school revision sessions
3=STRIVE
COMMENTS: jan 2022 yr 11 target 3
1=STRIVE To complete all set My Maths tasks online
2=STRIVE To continue to give #h full effort in class and during #h own revision to ensure that #N gets the grade #e deserves in the summer exams.
3=STRIVE
COMMENTS: jan 2022 yr 11 targets 1
1=Homework and independant tasks on MyMaths have been completed well and to a good standard.
2=Some of the homework and independent tasks on MyMaths have been completed to a good standard.
3=Very few of the homework and independent tasks on MyMaths have been completed and this will need some serious focus as the independent work is an excellent way of ensuring that a topic has been understood.
COMMENTS: maths comments general
1=#E is usually able to work well independently and is mostly helpful and considerate to other members of #h class.
2=#E has shown some improvement in #h independent problem solving skills and is starting to be able to explain #h thinking when answering questions.
3=#E has improved #h independent problem solving skills and can explain #h thinking when answering questions.
4=#E can often struggle to work independently which may start to affect #h progress.
5=#N always shows #h full workings and uses Mathematics notation correctly at all times.
6=#N usually shows #h full workings and uses Mathematics notation correctly when reminded.
7=#N has a good knowledge of basic numerical facts and can usually use them as a foundation to help answer more complex questions.
8=#E is an enthusiastic learner who appears to enjoy Mathematics lessons, getting involved in class discussions with a positive outlook and attitude in the classroom.
9=#E is a good learner who appears to enjoy most of #h Mathematics lessons, exhibiting a mainly positive outlook and attitude in the classroom.
10=#E can be a good learner and generally appears to enjoy #h Mathematics lessons however #e does not always take full part in #h lessons, and has a tendency to get distracted easily.
11=#E can always be counted on to try work even if #e may find it difficult at first.
12=#E seeks new challenges with enthusiasm and takes responsibility for her learning.
13=#E takes part in classroom discussions and new challenges willingly but #h independant work needs much more focus to be sure that #e is practising the skills learnt.
14=STRIVE. #h targets are; to ensure #e is always listening to explanations and class discussions in order to improve #h Mathematics skills.
15=must take care that #h book reflects the thinking and language shown in class and that #e pays attention to any possible mistakes and comments made by teachers to ensure they are used as a learning tool.
16=#N should continue to ensure that her book and notes are kept in their current excellent standard as a clear revision book will aid in retention and revision of the subject.
17=to be more independent when starting to work on problems to extend #h problem solving skills.
COMMENTS: maths comments general 1
1=#E is usually able to work well independently and is mostly helpful and considerate to other members of #h class.
2=#E has shown some improvement in #h independent problem solving skills and is starting to be able to explain #h thinking when answering questions.
3=#E has improved #h independent problem solving skills and can explain #h thinking when answering questions.
4=#E can often struggle to work independantly which may start to affect #h progress.
5=#N always shows #h full workings and uses Mathematics notation correctly at all times.
6=#N usually shows #h full workings and uses Mathematics notation correctly when reminded.
7=#N is starting to show #h workings and can understand Mathematics notation on occasions
COMMENTS: maths comments general 2
1=#E is an enthusiastic learner who appears to enjoy Mathematics lessons, getting involved in class discussions with a positive outlook and attitude in the classroom.
2=#E is a good learner who appears to enjoy most of #h Mathematics lessons, exhibiting a mainly positive outlook and attitude in the classroom.
3=#E can be a good learner and generally appears to enjoy #h Mathematics lessons however #e does not always take full part in #h lessons, and has a tendency to get distracted easily.
COMMENTS: maths comments general 3
1=#E can always be counted on to try work even if #e may find it difficult at first.
2=#E seeks new challenges with enthusiasm and takes responsibility for #h learning.
3=#E takes part in classroom discussions and new challenges willingly but #h independant work needs much more focus to be sure that #e is practising the skills learnt.
COMMENTS: maths comments intro
1=#N is working at a good level in #h Mathematics lessons this year, putting in a good effort most of the time.
2=#N has shown that at times #e can work well in Mathematics lessons when #e puts #h full effort to the tasks.
3=#N is working really hard in #h Mathematics lessons this year, putting an excellent effort into #h work.
4=#E is usually able to work well independently and is mostly helpful and considerate to other members of #h class.
5=#E has shown some improvement in #h independent problem solving skills and is starting to be able to explain #h thinking when answering questions.
6=#E has improved #h independent problem solving skills and can explain #h thinking when answering questions.
7=#E can often struggle to work independantly which may start to affect #h progress.
8=#N always shows #h full workings and uses Mathematics notation correctly at all times.
9=#N usually shows #h full workings and uses Mathematics notation correctly when reminded.
10=#N has a good knowledge of basic numerical facts and can usually use them as a foundation to help answer more complex questions.
11=#E is an enthusiastic learner who appears to enjoy Mathematics lessons, getting involved in class discussions with a positive outlook and attitude in the classroom.
12=#E is a good learner who appears to enjoy most of #h Mathematics lessons, exhibiting a mainly positive outlook and attitude in the classroom.
13=#E can be a good learner and generally appears to enjoy #h Mathematics lessons however #e does not always take full part in #h lessons, and has a tendency to get distracted easily.
14=#E can always be counted on to try work even if #e may find it difficult at first.
15=#E seeks new challenges with enthusiasm and takes responsibility for her learning.
16=#E takes part in classroom discussions and new challenges willingly but #h independant work needs much more focus to be sure that #e is practising the skills learnt.
17=STRIVE. #h targets are; to ensure #e is always listening to explanations and class discussions in order to improve #h Mathematics skills.
18=must take care that #h book reflects the thinking and language shown in class and that #e pays attention to any possible mistakes and comments made by teachers to ensure they are used as a learning tool.
19=#N should continue to ensure that her book and notes are kept in their current excellent standard as a clear revision book will aid in retention and revision of the subject.
20=to be more independent when starting to work on problems to extend #h problem solving skills.
COMMENTS: maths comments targets
1=STRIVE. #H targets are; to ensure #e is always listening to explanations and class discussions in order to improve #h Mathematics skills.
2=#N must take care that #h book reflects the thinking and language shown in class and that #e pays attention to any possible mistakes and comments made by teachers to ensure they are used as a learning tool.
3=#N should ensure that #h book and notes are kept clear and neat as a clear revision book will aid in retention and revision of the subject.
4=#E should try to be more independent when starting to work on problems to extend #h problem solving skills.
5=#N should continue to ensure that #h book and notes are kept in their current excellent standard as a clear revision book will aid in retention and revision of the subject.
COMMENTS: Sample intro sentences
1=#N is an outstanding student who has worked very hard throughout the #Time-period and I expect #m to do well in #h exams next year.
2=#N has had a mixed #Time-period but there are signs of improvement in #h behaviour of late.
3=After a difficult start #N has done some excellent work and is now back on target. A very pleasing #Time-period. Well done #N!
4=#N is a friendly and hard-working member of the class and has put in a steady performance throughout the #Time-period.
5=Overall #N has worked very well but there are a few issues with #h time-keeping and homework that #e needs to address.
6=We have been working on the Environmental Issues module throughout the #Time-period. #N seems to enjoy this topic and has made very pleasing progress.
COMMENTS: Sample project-work sentences
1=#E has worked hard this year on all of #h projects but I was especially impressed with the high-quality of #h #Science-topics assignment.
2=Project-work has been done to a minimum standard and is often handed in late. To improve #e needs to #How-to-improve.
3=Although #h #Science-topics project-work was satisfactory, I do expect #m to do more background research next time.
4=#H project-work is always excellent as demonstrated in #h #Science-topics assignment. We were all very impressed with #h creative and entertaining website designs which were an inspiration to the class.
5=#H project-work has varied considerably, however #h highly-imaginative #Science-topics project was excellent and was displayed in reception at the School Open Day. An excellent achievement #N.
COMMENTS: Sample summing-up sentences
1=#N always tries #h best and has achieved a well-deserved Level #? overall. An excellent performance, keep it up! {BR}{BR} Next semester dates: {BR} Monday September 1st - Friday December 22nd.
2=#N has reached Level #?. This was #h target and #e should be proud of #s. To ensure #e keeps this up next year #e should #How-to-improve. {BR}{BR} Next semester dates: {BR} Monday September 1st - Friday December 22nd.
3=#N has achieved a Level #? overall. #E often works below #h best and with a little more effort #e could easily reach Level #?. To improve #e should #How-to-improve. {BR}{BR} Next semester dates: {BR} Monday September 1st - Friday December 22nd.
4=#N has not had the best of starts this year and is still working at Level #?. #E rarely completes #h work on time. To achieve more next year #e needs to #How-to-improve. {BR}{BR} Next semester dates: {BR} Monday September 1st - Friday December 22nd.
COMMENTS: target
1=There are plenty of numeracy revision ideas online to help pupils to practise and to improve progress independently. Anything that helps #N develop and secure number skills will be beneficial over the summer and will help keep concepts fresh for next September. In class answers can be improved by showing method and reading the question carefully before showing logical steps to find a solution.
2=To improve understanding in mathematics it is vital that #N reads the question carefully before trying to answer. In class we will be working on problem solving questions that will have a similar structure to the reasoning paper. In order for #N to do #h best #e should demonstrate the effort to want to improve. If #N wants to revise at home there are many good resources available online.
3=A very quick improvement that #N can complete is to settle at the start of lessons and get #h book out so that the lesson has a prompt start. We have looked at the numeracy tests and picked out topics for development next year. #N can help #s over the summer by looking at some of the many online resources available to develop understanding in number. This will ensure that #e is confident in basic number work allowing us to develop topics faster.
COMMENTS: year 9 comments
1=#N is working at a good level in #h Mathematics lessons this year, putting in a good effort most of the time.
2=#N has shown that at times #e can work well in Mathematics lessons when #e puts #h full effort to the tasks.
3=#N is working really hard in #h Mathematics lessons this year, putting an excellent effort into #h work.
4=#E is usually able to work well independantly and is mostly helpful and considerate to other members of #h class.
5=#E has shown some improvement in #h independent problem solving skills and is starting to be able to explain #h thinking when answering questions.
6=#E has improved #h independent problem solving skills and can explain #h thinking when answering questions.
7=#E can often struggle to work independantly which may start to affect #h progress.
8=#N always shows #h full workings and uses Mathematics notation correctly at all times.
9=#N usually shows #h full workings and uses Mathematics notation correctly when reminded.
10=#N has a good knowledge of basic numerical facts and can usually use them as a foundation to help answer more complex questions.
11=#E is an enthusiastic learner who appears to enjoy Mathematics lessons, getting involved in class discussions with a positive outlook and attitude in the classroom.
12=#E is a good learner who appears to enjoy most of #h Mathematics lessons, exhibiting a mainly positive outlook and attitude in the classroom.
13=#E can be a good learner and generally appears to enjoy #h Mathematics lessons however #e does not always take full part in #h lessons, and has a tendency to get distracted easily.
14=#E can always be counted on to try work even if #e may find it difficult at first.
15=#E seeks new challenges with enthusiasm and takes responsibility for her learning.
16=#E takes part in classroom discussions and new challenges willingly but #h independant work needs much more focus to be sure that #e is practising the skills learnt.
17=STRIVE. #h targets are; to ensure #e is always listening to explanations and class discussions in order to improve #h Mathematics skills.
18=must take care that #h book reflects the thinking and language shown in class and that #e pays attention to any possible mistakes and comments made by teachers to ensure they are used as a learning tool.
19=#N should continue to ensure that her book and notes are kept in their current excellent standard as a clear revision book will aid in retention and revision of the subject.
20=to be more independent when starting to work on problems to extend #h problem solving skills.
COMMENTS: yr 10 covd comment
1=STRIVE Year 10 have been focused this year on topics pertaining to GCSE Mathematics such as Algebra and Probability. This has been building on the work in Year 9 to prepare for GCSE Mathematics. From September the focus will switch to topics relating to GCSE Numeracy. Whilst there are some topics which crossover both subjects we will start the academic year targeting traditional Numeracy topics such as Boxplots and Cumulative Frequency.
COMMENTS: yr 11 comments 1
1=As we get closer to the exams #N is showing a lack of motivation in class that is going to directly affect #h grade. #N is not taking proper revision notes or putting full effort into lessons which is a concern for #h chances of a good grade.
2=As we get closer to the exams #N is showing an improved motivation in class that is going to help #m to get #h best grade possible. #N is taking some good revision notes and putting an improved effort into lessons which will help #h chances of a good grade.
3=As we get closer to the exams #N is showing a much improved motivation in class that is going to help #m to get #h best grade possible. #N is taking good revision notes and putting an improved effort into lessons which will help #h chances of a good grade.
COMMENTS: yr 11 comments 2
1=#E has had particular difficulty with allowing #s to be distracted by the behaviours of others either inside or outside of the classroom and requires constant attention to keep #m on task.
2=shows an enjoyment for the subject and has always been willing to do the work requested. If #e continues in this manner, #N will see good results academically in the coming year and will be seen as a responsible member of the school community.
LIST: How-to-improve
1=focus more in the lessons
2=put more time aside for homework
3=try not to chat during lessons
4=do more project research on the internet
5=develop #h computer skills
6=pay more attention to instructions
LIST: Science-topics
1=Heating and Cooling
2=Light and Sound
3=Exploring Magnetism
4=Changing Earth
LIST: Time-period
1=year
2=semester
3=1st semester
4=2nd semester
5=3rd semester
6=4th semester
7=term
8=1st term
9=2nd term
10=3rd term
11=4th term
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