Progress data for all students in all of their subjects are collected four times a year. Your personal Firefly pages will contain this information plus more detailed reports called Progress Reviews. Annual full reports will also be made available through Firefly.
|Autumn Term||Spring Term||Summer Term|
|7||Oct - Progress Review||Progress Review||Full Reports|
|Dec - Data Collection|
|8||Oct - Data collection||Data Collection||Full Reports|
|Dec - Progress Review||Progress Review|
|9||Oct - Data Collection||Progress Review||Core Subject Full Reports|
|Dec - Progress Review||Non-core Subjects Full report|
|10||Oct - Progress Review||Full Reports||Data Collection|
|Dec - Data Collection||Summer exam results|
|11||Oct - Data Collection||Full Reports||Tutor reports|
|Nov - Mock Results|
The Gregg Assessment Ladder
The Government has reformed the structure and assessment of GCSEs. Examination boards are moving away from the familiar system of A*-G grades to a new system of grading with numbers. The Government have also withdrawn the central national system of levelling, and required schools to develop their own approach to assessing and reporting student progress at Key stage 3.
In order to maintain consistency, The Gregg School has adopted a single grading system which applies to all year groups and uses the same scale as the new GCSEs ranging from 9 to 1 (Grade 9 being the highest). Students will enter the school at a lower grade and progress up the ladder as they move from year to year.