Reports

Downlands issues Student Reports twice a year, at the end of each Semester.


We have worked hard to produce a document that shows a student's achievement as well as their position among their cohort in each subject.

To explain the notation on our reports -

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Achievements

The Overall Achievement awarded to a student in each subject is an indication of the student’s learning performance for that semester.


The Levels of Achievement are as follows:

          A. The student has achieved at a level described as VERY HIGH

          B. The student has achieved at a level described as HIGH

          C. The student has achieved at a level described as SOUND

          D. The student has achieved at a level described as LIMITED

          E. The student has achieved at a level described as VERY LIMITED

If a student is studying a modified program, it will be reported as an M in the Overall Achievement and Achievement Summary.

In cases where it has not been possible to decide a level of achievement across the five band scale, an NR or NA is used as follows:

NR. The student has completed an insufficient amount of assessment to determine a level of achievement and is given NO RESULT

NA. The determination of a level of achievement is NOT APPLICABLE

Further information is provided to indicate the strength of a student’s learning performance within each level.

 

 

 

Senior Subjects

For OP subjects


A number from 1-10 is used to indicate a position within the achievement level. Thus C1 indicates the very bottom of the achievement level, C5 is in the middle and C10 at the top. The greater the number; the stronger the performance within an achievement level.

For non-OP subjects


A plus (+) or a minus sign (-) is used to indicate the strength of the performance within an achievement level, for example, A-, B+.

 

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Junior Subjects

A plus (+) or a minus sign (-) is used to indicate the strength of the performance within an achievement level, for example, A-, B+.

 

 

 

 

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Behaviour Level

The Downlands College Behaviour Management framework provides equity in the management of student behaviour. Student behaviour is categorised into levels.


All students start on Level 3 and may subsequently move to a level which most accurately reflects their behaviour.

Students on Level 1 demonstrate active and positive acceptance of College Community behaviours and significant involvement in the creation of community.

Students on Levels 2-3 demonstrate continued positive growth.

Students on Levels 4-7 are demonstrating inability to meet the College classroom and community rules and expectations.

Click here to read more about the Downlands Student Level System

 

 

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