At Lynch Hill Primary Academy we have high expectations and strive to ensure all of our pupils achieve well academically. Whilst the introduction of the new national curriculum from September 2014 means that schools will now track and report on pupil progress without the use of national curriculum levels, as a school, we are very confident that we will continue to be accurate in our judgements on pupil progress. Children are given personalised targets throughout the year and these are regularly monitored, evaluated and shared with pupils and their parents.
At the end of each academic year, pupil reports are completed and parents are able to see how their child is progressing when compared with national expectations and how they sit within their cohort. This will be reported to parents in the following terms:
- Below age expected level
- At age expected level
- Exceeding age expected level