Attitude to Learning

"The very positive relationships that exist between staff and pupils, based on mutual respect, clearly make a contribution to the learning in the vast majority of lessons." Ofsted, September 2016

ATL 1 Outstanding

A highly self-motivated student who is exceptionally positive about all aspects of learning and is passionate about achieving

Arrives at the lesson  prepared with any required homework

Classwork tasks, when working as part of a group or independently, are  completed with enthusiasm,  with exceptional attention to detail, showing a thirst for knowledge and a love of learning

Attitude, conduct and manners are excellent

 

ATL 2 Very Good

A motivated student who takes a keen interest in learning and is determined to achieve

Arrives at the lesson prepared with any required homework

Shows a commitment to fully completing tasks, when working as part of a group or independently, and work shows detail

Attitude, conduct and manners are excellent

 

ATL 3 Good

A conscientious student who takes an interest in learning and tries to achieve

Arrives at the lesson prepared with any required homework

Shows a commitment to completing tasks, when working as part of a group or independently

Attitude, conduct and manners are excellent

 

ATL 4 Requires improvement

A student who lacks motivation and rarely makes use of opportunities to develop learning

Arrives at the lesson unprepared/or without any required homework

Classwork tasks, when working as part of a group or independently, are completed but work does not always reflect ability

Attitude, conduct and manners within the lesson are, at times, cause for concern leading to low level disruption

 

ATL 5 Unsatisfactory

A student who is unprepared to learn and has a poor attitude which disrupts their own learning and the learning of others

Arrives at the lesson unprepared/or without any required homework

Classwork tasks, when working as part of a group or independently, are incomplete showing little effort

Attitude, conduct and manners are cause for concern, leading to the disruption to the learning of others