School Reports

Lower School Report (PJF) Middle School Report (PAF)
Notes Notes

The exact format of school reports varied according to the section of the school.

Lower School

 

Notes on the Lower School Report

1. The boy’s age is given in years and completed calendar months as on the date on which the report is issued: this date is given at the foot of the page.

2. The academic year starts in September at the end of the summer holidays and goes on until the following September: it is therefore indicated by two calendar years.

3. The academic year at this school is divided into three terms:

Michaelmas Term - from the end of the summer holidays until the Christmas holidays.

Lent Term - from the end of the Christmas holidays until the Easter holidays.

Easter Term - from the end of the Easter holidays until the summer holidays.

4. Assessment of a boy's performance in each subject, as well as his Conduct, diligence, physical Education and General Attainment, are indicated by means of the following scale:

E - Excellent
A - Above Average
B - Average
C - Below Average
U - Unsatisfactory

5. Attendance is indicated by showing the number of half-days of absence from the date of the last report to the date of this report.

6. Written reports sent to parents at the end of term are based mainly on terminal examinations. For more information about their son’s work and progress, parents are strongly recommended to come to the School to meet the teaching staff whenever the opportunity is arranged.

7.This report is a confidential document sent by the School to the parents. There is never any need to show it to apropective employer. When a boy leaves the School, parents are recommended to ask the Headmaster to give him a reference.

 

Middle School


[Ed - Thanks, Paul]

Notes on the Middle School Report

1. The boy’s age is given in years and completed calendar months as on the date on which the report is issued: this date is given at the foot of the page.

2. The academic year starts in September at the end of the summer holidays and goes on until the following September: it is therefore indicated by two calendar years.

3. The academic year at this school is divided into three terms:

Michaelmas Term - from the end of the summer holidays until the Christmas holidays.

Lent Term - from the end of the Christmas holidays until the Easter holidays.

Easter Term - from the end of the Easter holidays until the summer holidays.

4. The result of the examination in each subject studied is expressed by one of six possible grades:

Grade A—indicates the standard of attainment to be expected of the ablest candidates in the age group for which the examination is designed.

Grade B—indicates attainment which, though not of the highest quality, is substantially above the minimum standard required for

Grade C—the lower boundary of Grade C is equivalent to the minimum performance formerly required for an Ordinary Level pass.

Grade D—indicates performance not far below that required for Grade C.

Grade E—indicates the lowest level of attainment judged by the Board to be of sufficient standard to be recorded on a G.C.E. certificate.

Grade U—Candidates in this category are those whose level of attainment is below the minimum (Unclassified) judged by the Board to be of sufficient standard to be recorded on the G.C.E. certificate.

5. Attendance is indicated by showing the number of half-days of absence from the date of the last report to the date of this report.

6. Written reports sent to parents at the end of term are based mainly on terminal examinations. For more information about their son’s work and progress, parents are strongly recommended to come to the School to meet the teaching staff whenever the opportunity is arranged.