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Music Reports

The student report is a legal document that presents each child’s progress across learning areas. It is prepared and sent to parents at the end of each term. Student reports may also be shared with future teachers and schools.

Preparing the Report

Student reports are constructed using the RE Learn & Develop.

Grade

Each student will be graded on an individual basis. The grades will be according to the students choice of instrument, level of proficiency and components tested.

Subject-Specific Comment

Line 1: How has the student progressed over the year across the four objectives

Line 2: How well has the student been working towards these objectives?  

Line 3: What can the student improve on in order to meet these objectives for the next academic year?  

Line 4: Personal comment. Could be based on musical skills throughout the year, behaviour, attendance, regularity of handing in work, attitude to subject, ability to work with others, follow instructions etc.

International Baccalaureate Reports

Student Reports

The student report is a legal document that presents each child’s progress across learning areas. It is prepared and sent to parents at the end of each term. Student reports may also be shared with future teachers and schools.

The way the IB Programme report is concluded is influenced by the requirements set out by the International Baccalaureate. The intention of this document is to help teachers understand the purpose and features of the  Student Report, as well as the roles and responsibilities of key staff for preparing these.

Preparing the Report

Student reports are constructed using Managebac. This is the same software used for planning and can be accessed both at home and at school. If you require support using Managebac, please make contact with the MYP or DP Coordinator.

ATL Skills

At RE Learn & Develop, we value the importance of ATL skills. One of the ways we evaluate and give feedback for both MYP and DP students on ATL skills is on the report card.

Approaches to Learning Rubric

Exceeds

Expectations

Meets

Expectations

Almost Meets Expectations

Needs

Improvement

Completes assignments and Meets Deadlines

Study skills

Thinking skills

Attends class punctually, equipped and ready to work

Uses class time effectively

Contributes to class discussion

Listens actively and follows written and oral directions

Takes responsibility for one’s own learning

Cooperates with and shows respect for others

MYP Term One

Mentor Comment Completed

Report Card Proofreading

Report Card Comment Changes Completed

Report Card Grades Entered and Completed

Published to Students

MYP 4 Summative Grades Completed

MYP 4 Transcripts Published

Grade

Subject-Specific Comment

Mentor Comment

Line 1: A general comment on what has been covered for the term during mentor focusing on the four areas: Service as Action, Planning Beyond RE Learn & Develop, Social and Emotional Development and Academic Skills (can be the same comment for each student).

Line 2: Participation comment. Based upon students involvement in class discussions, activities etc.

Lines 3 and 4: Service as Action comment. Focus on 2 or more outcomes from the Service as Action activity/project that the student is working on or able to fulfil. Include a comment on how they can move forward with the activity/project using an AtL skill.


DP Term One

Report Cards Completed

13th November

Report Card Proofreading

13th November

Report Card Final Changes Completed

15th November

Published to Students

16th November

For DP2, include an interim grade for “Grade”. “Exam Grade” is their overall grade from mock exams. Please indicate how the student is doing in the four areas with the drop markers provided. E=Excelling, M=Meeting, A=Approaching and N= Needs Improvement. Finally, add whether there is a need for a meeting with the student and/or guardian(s).

For DP1, please include an interim grade. Please indicate how the student is doing in the four areas with the drop markers provided. E=Excelling, M=Meeting, A=Approaching and N= Needs Improvement. Finally, add whether there is a need for a meeting with the student and/or guardian(s).

DP Interim Report

Report Cards Completed

19th March

Report Card Proofreading

19th March

Report Card Final Changes Completed

21st March

Published to Students

22nd March

For DP2, include an indicative grade for “Grade”. “Exam Grade” is their overall grade from mock exams. Please indicate how the student is doing in the four areas with the drop markers provided. E=Excelling, M=Meeting, A=Approaching and N= Needs Improvement. Finally, add whether there is a need for a meeting with the student and/or guardian(s).

For DP1, please include an interim grade. “Exam Grade” is their overall grade from mock exams. Please indicate how the student is doing in the four areas with the drop markers provided. E=Excelling, M=Meeting, A=Approaching and N= Needs Improvement. Finally, add whether there is a need for a meeting with the student and/or guardian(s).


MYP End of Year Report

Report Cards Comments Completed

31st May

Report Card Comment Proofreading

3rd June

Report Card Final Changes Completed

7th June

Report Card Grades Entered and

Completed

11th June

Published to Students

15th June

Grade

Subject-Specific Comment

Line 1: How has the student progressed over the year across the four objectives (use vocabulary from subject descriptors in the guide)?

Line 2: How well has the student been working towards these objectives?  ● Pick one or two strands to focus on and/or break down the command terms into simpler language so parents understand the specific objective strand

Line 3: What can the student improve on in order to meet these objectives for the next academic year?  

● Keep this feedback based on the objectives (not must ask more questions, listen more, try harder, concentrate, read more at home etc).  

● You can use the strands of the assessment criteria to help you set targets for students

Line 4: Personal comment. Could be based on ATL skills throughout the year, behaviour, attendance, regularity of handing in work, attitude to subject, ability to work with others, follow instructions etc.

Mentor Comment

Line 1: A general comment on what has been covered for the term during mentor focusing on the four areas: Service as Action, Planning Beyond RE Learn & Develop, Social and Emotional Development and Academic Skills (can be the same comment for each student).

Line 2: Participation comment. Based upon students involvement in class discussions, activities etc.

Lines 3 and 4: Service as Action comment. Focus on 2 or more outcomes from the Service as Action activity/project that the student is working on or able to fulfil. Include a comment on how they can move forward with the activity/project using an AtL skill.

DP 1 End of Year Report

Report Cards Completed

15th June

Report Card Proofreading

15th June

Report Card Final Changes Completed

17th June

Published to Students

18th June

For DP1, include an interim grade for “Grade”. “Exam Grade” is their overall grade from mini-mock exams. Please indicate how the student is doing in the four areas with the drop markers provided. E=Excelling, M=Meeting, A=Approaching and N= Needs Improvement. Finally, add whether there is a need for a meeting with the student and/or guardian(s).

DP2 does not receive reports.

Contacting us

If you would like to contact us to understand more about this Policy or wish to contact us concerning any matter relating to this policy, you may send an email to admin@relearndevelop.com or contact us using our website communication forum.

Created: 13 January 2020

Updated: 3 February 2021

Review Date: June 2024