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Existing students' re-enrolment is not automatic in GES.s

Existing students' re-enrolment is not automatic in GES.

Parents are expected to re-register their children in order to reserve their seats for the following year. if parents do not re-register their children by February of each year, the students will be considered leavers and their seats may be offered to students on our waiting list. Students who do not re-register on time will be considered as new students.

There are specific criteria and expectations for each year group, students are expected to reach these levels to be promoted to the following year.

The following factors are taken in consideration before re-enrollment:

  • Attendance/ punctuality (GES reserves the right to block students re-enrollment when attendance is below 95%).
  • Student progress (according to criteria below)
  • Student Behavior
CRITERIA
Early Years and KS1 (Infants)
In English:
  • For progression from Reception to year 1, we would expect a child to know his/her 24 sounds and 52 high frequency words and blend some CVC words
  • For progression from Year 1 to Year 2, we would expect a child to be on level 1B in English by end of Year 1.
  • For progression from Year 2 to Year 3, we would expect a child to be on level 2C in English by end of Year 2.
In Maths:
  • For progression from Reception to Year 1, we would expect a child to be able to count to 20, to recognise all the numerals from 1 to 20, recognise 2-D shapes, and to be able to add up and subtract to 5
  • For progression from Year 1 to Year 2, we would expect a child to be on level 1A by end of Year 1.
  • For progression from Year 2 to Year 3, we would expect a child to be on level 2C by end of Year 2.
KS2 (Juniors)
In English:
  • For progression from Year 3 to Year 4, we would expect a child to be on level 2B by end of Year 3.
  • For progression from Year 4 to Year 5, we would expect a child to be on level 3C by end of Year 4.
  • For progression from Year 5 to Year 6, we would expect a child to be on level 3A by end of Year 5.
  • For progression from Year 6 to Year 7, we would expect a child to be on level 4C by end of Year 6.
In Maths:
  • For progression from Year 3 to Year 4, we would expect a child to be on level 2A by end of Year 3.
  • For progression from Year 4 to Year 5, we would expect a child to be on level 3C by end of Year 4.
  • For progression from Year 5 to Year 6, we would expect a child to be on level 3A by end of Year 5.
  • For progression from Year 6 to Year 7, we would expect a child to be on level 4B by end of Year 6.
KS3 (Secondary)
In English:
  • For progression from Year 6 to Year 7, we would expect a child to be on level 4C by end of Year 6.
  • For progression from Year 7 to Year 8, we would expect a child to be on level 4B by end of Year 7.
  • For progression from Year 8 to Year 9, we would expect a child to be on level 5C by end of Year 8.
  • For progression from Year 9 to Year 10, we would expect a child to be on level 5A by end of Year 9.
In Maths:
  • For progression from Year 6 to Year 7, we would expect a child to be on level 4B by end of Year 6.
  • For progression from Year 7 to Year 8, we would expect a child to be on level 5C by end of Year 7.
  • For progression from Year 8 to Year 9, we would expect a child to be on level 5A by end of Year 8.
  • For progression from Year 9 to Year 10, we would expect a child to be on level 6B by end of Year 9.

The decision on blocking/repetition is made by the head of school based on evidence provided, which includes:

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