Reports

CIE students at ACG Senior College receive three reports a year. However, parents can request informal reporting about student progress through the Deans or Senior Management Team.


College Years 11-13 academic reports

This is a short interim report that is presented to students in about Week 7. It is essentially for students and parents to ascertain how well a student has settled into the College and to identify any areas that need addressing early. This is also a means of ensuring that students are on track for the Term 2 examinations.

This is a detailed and full report and is presented to students in Week 6 of Term 2. Students receive their report three weeks after they have sat their Term Two College examinations. We work on the premise that, if feedback is to be relevant, it needs to be given as close to the assessment as possible. These reports are written directly to the student and teachers comment fully.

The report is focussed on:
• Attitude and Work Habits
• Examination and Performance Technique

Each student is handed their report by their respective tutor teacher. It is the responsibility of the student to share the report with their parents. However, all parents are able to log on to My ACG and view their son's/daughter's report a week later.

This is the end of term full written report as above. The report is focussed on :
• Examination Comment
• Preparation for the Cambridge International Examinations

These reports are important in preparing students for their examinations prior to the Term 3 holidays. For all reports, tutors will follow up with a phone call to parents/caregivers and should parents wish to meet with individual teachers, this can be arranged.

All CIE students begin study leave, normally at the end of week 1.

All CIE students take external CIE examinations in October and November and receive their CIE results in the third week of January.

IB Students receive a report each term, However, parents can request informal reporting about student progress through the IB Co-ordinator, Dean or Senior Management Team.

DP1: This report is presented to students in about Week 7. It is essentially for students and parents to ascertain how well a student has settled into the College and to identify any areas that need addressing early. This is also a means of ensuring that students are on track for the Term B examinations.
DP2: This report is presented to students in about week 7. It is for students and parents to ascertain how students have settled into the second year of the IBDP and to identify any areas to need to be addressed. It is also a means of ensuring that students are on track for all Internal Assessment, TOK and Extended Essay deadlines

DP1 and DP2: This report is usually presented to students in Week 8 of Term B, after they have sat their Term B College examinations. We work on the premise that, if feedback is to be relevant, it needs to be given as close to the assessment as possible. These reports are written directly to the student and teachers comment fully on student performance, with guidance on how to improve.

DP1: This report is presented to students in about Week 11. It is for students to identify any areas that need addressing early. This is also a means of ensuring that students are on track for the term D examinations.
DP2: This report is presented to students in about Week 11. It is for students to identify any areas that need addressing early. This is also a means of ensuring that students are on track for the Mock (Term C ) College examinations and the IBDP Term D external examinations.

DP1: This report is usually presented to students in Week 9 of Term D, after they have sat their end of year 1 internal College examinations. We work on the premise that, if feedback is to be relevant, it needs to be given as close to the assessment as possible. These reports are written directly to the student and teachers comment fully on student performance, with guidance on how to improve.

DP2: Students sit their final IBDP external examinations in May and receive their IBDP results in July.


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