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    Assessment and Reporting

    QEGS Portal
    QEGS portal is our new online platform allowing parents and carers to access their child’s progress reports (Year 7-11).

    To activate your account simply visit www.qegs.link/portal, click on the ‘Forgotten Password’ link, enter the email address we have stored for you and you will then receive an email allowing you to set a password. Students in Years 12 and 13 continue to receive paper reports.

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    Frequently Asked Questions: Assessment and Reporting

    What happened to National Curriculum levels?
    As part of reforms to the national curriculum in 2013, the Department for Education announced that ‘the current system of ‘levels’ used to report children’s attainment and progress will be removed. It will not be replaced’. Schools then had to decide what system they would use to assess and report pupil progress.

    What do we do at QEGS?
    Every student has a Flightpath based upon external date (including KS2 attainment, CAT scores, RAISE and FFT) which indicates what GCSE 9-1 grade they are expected to achieve at the end of Y11.
    These flightpaths are reviewed throughout the year, based upon evidence including classwork/homework, summative (e.g. end of topic tests, mock exams) assessments and attendance. The Flightpath change request should never be based on just one assessment result.

    How will parents/carers know how their child is progressing?
    Reports are issued throughout the year: via the QEGS Portal for Years 7-11, and paper reports for Years 12 and 13. If a student is “on track” this means they are still making progress against their Flightpath; the student has met the expected standards at this stage for their ability group and is expected to achieve their current target grade at this stage.

    How often are reports issued?

    • Years 7, 8 and 9: On the penultimate day of each term.
    • Year 10: 5 times during the year: on the penultimate days of half terms Autumn 2, Spring 1, Spring 2, Summer 1 and Summer 2
    • Years 11, 12 and 13: On the penultimate day of each half term.

    How often can parents/carers log into QEGS Portal?
    There is no limit to the number of times you can log in.

    Year 11: Why are some grades letters and others are numbers?
    As GCSE qualifications are reformed, all letter grades A* to G will eventually be replaced with numbers 9 to 1. Pupils who took mathematics and English in 2017 were the first to receive the first number grades, and most other GCSE subjects will use this new system for the results in 2018. See the exams section of our website for more information on changes to GCSE qualifications and grading: www.qegs.link/exams

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