École Internationale PACA, Manosque

School reports

Years 1-6

  1. The schools shall issue school reports based on a two-semester calendar, except in years 1-3 where they can opt for a three-term calendar.
  2. In a two-semester calendar, the schools must issue 2 mid-semester reports (November and March/April) and 2 semester reports (January and July).
  • November: The mid-semester report contains comments and grades (in years 1-3) whole and half numerical marks (years 4-6) for every subject. It may also contain an overall comment by the class teacher.
  • January: First semester report. It contains grades (years 1-3) or numerical marks (years 4-6) and comments on every subject. It can also contain an overall comment by the Class Council or the Class teacher. This report may be accompanied of a warning letter indicating the possible risk of failing the year.
  • March/April: The mid-semester report contains comments and grades (years 1-3) or numerical marks (years 4-6) for every subject. This report may be accompanied of a warning letter indicating the possible risk of failing the year.

The fact that a warning letter is not received is not in itself a guarantee of promotion to the year above, nor a procedural irregularity within the framework of the deliberations concerning promotion to a higher class.

When the pupils’ legal representatives receive a warning letter about the risk of failing, they are required to provide spontaneously any information in their possession liable to have an influence on the forthcoming Class Council’s deliberations.

  • July: End-of-year report. It contains the grades (years 1-3) or the numerical marks (years 4-6) of the second semester and the final mark accompanied of a comment for every subject. It also contains the Class Council’s decision on promotion.

 

Year 7

Without prejudice to the Arrangements for implementing the Regulations for the European Baccalaureate, the reports will be:

  • End of February: first semester report. It contains numerical marks with

precision to one decimal place. It can also contain an overall comment by the class council or the class teacher.

  • Before the start of the European Baccalaureate written examinations: A report with the communication of the overall preliminary mark (numerical, whole numbers and one decimal).