Although recent changes have given schools in the UK more flexibility, the English National Curriculum has traditionally used levels and sub levels to grade students on how much progress they are making in each individual subjects.
We use these levels in our student reports, and update the data at numerous points throughout the year, so parents can see clearly how their child is progressing.
We are hugely proud that a significant proportion of our students are achieving levels far beyond the average in the UK, even those who are non-native English speakers.
In the two documents below, you can find a clearer breakdown of what these levels mean at different stages of your child's school life.
National Curriculum Levels Explanation Documents