SIXTH FORM ATL 1S

The latest Year 12 cohort have been making excellent progress and I am pleased to report that there are 18 students with an ATL score in every subject. 

During our regular reporting cycles we have predicted grades and attitude to learning scores (ATLS).  The ATL is important in year 12 as it indicates that the student has made the step up in standards from GCSE and is displaying the correct attitude to get their A Level grades.  ATLs are measured on a scale of 1-4 (with 1 being the best score).  Each data drop between 15-20% of the ATLS are 1s, with each student getting 3 ATLS per report - 1 per subject.

The latest Year 12 cohort have been making excellent progress and I am pleased to report that there are 18 students with an ATL score in every subject. This is, quite simply, a magnificent achievement.  These 18 students are:

Jordan Hayes
Kaveeta Malhi
Alex Read
Harriet Stanley
Joseph Vayalil Lawrence
Holly Chen
James Wadey
Charlotte Foxcroft
Abigail Peters
Sam Reynolds
Chloe Walsingham
Alex Brown
Scott Brown
Beth Slack
Keeley Irons
Deimante Juskaite
Florence Chung
Rebecca Sedgewick

These students are doing all the right things in every subject as we move towards the end of year exams.  A big well done to them!