Presentation of Work Grade

The Presentation of work grade

All reports will contain a presentation of work grade.

This relates to how your child displays their work and indicates the pride your child has in what they produce. It is not based around the neatness of their handwriting.

  1. Outstanding presentation. Your child puts a great deal of effort into the presentation of their work. They make sure the work is in a sensible order, they write and underline titles and dates with a ruler and put extra effort into their work and diagrams to make them clear. Sheets are stuck into books neatly and in order with the written work.
  2. Good presentation. Your child puts a good amount of effort into the presentation of their work. It is generally neat and most titles and dates are underlined, although not always with a ruler. Diagrams tend to be drawn in pencil and work is in a sensible order.
  3. Requires improved presentation. This indicates your child does not put a lot of effort into their presentation. Work tends to be messy and titles and dates may be missing. Titles are often not underlined. If there are worksheets they tend to be loose at the back of the book and torn.
  4. Inadequate presentation. This indicates your child puts little effort into their presentation. Titles may be missing, and they make no effort to write on the lines or set work out as instructed by the teacher. There is often graffiti in their books.