Term Dates 2018 – 2019
Term Dates 2019 – 2020

Event Information:

  • Parents



    Letters & Forms


    Parent Evenings


    Reporting Schedule

    Year 7, 8, 9 & 10
    (Exam Week November and June)
    End of Autumn Term = Interim Report (Exam data)
    End of Spring Term = Interim Report (Controlled Conditions data)
    July = Written Report (End of Year Exam data)

    Year 11
    (Mock Exam November)
    End of Autumn Term = Written Report (Mock Exam data)
    End of Spring Term = Interim Report (Controlled Conditions data)

    Year 12 and 13
    (Exam Week November and May)
    Year 12 will receive regular reports based on subject teacher’s comments.
    Year 13 will receive regular reports outlining progress in UCAS applications and areas of success or concern.

    Report Content:
    All reports will contain a bench mark and target grade provided by Assistant Headmaster. The Current Grade is a letter based on student attainment on the assessed task and must be entered via Edutrack. Years 12 and 13 require a progress (effort) comment. Full instructions on the use of Edutrack are on the staff shared area in the reports folder as are details of codes and grade conversion grids

    In addition, HoDs should ensure that the Subject Content description is accurate and up to date. The written report is for the parent/guardian and should BRIEFLY outline a students achievements and progress in your subject area. Long sentences should be avoided as they often lack focus. Comments on exam work, class work, project work and homework may be considered for inclusion as could statements on what the student can do or is required to do. Weaknesses should always be supported with a comment outlining how it can be overcome. Nicknames are NOT appropriate neither should the contents be over familiar. Wherever possible, the full student name should be used.

    Deadlines: It is imperative that report deadlines are met. It is the HoDs responsibility to ensure their department does so The HoD must report to the Assistant Headmaster on the progress of reports when required to do so.


    The primary goal of De La Salle College is to enable students to integrate their faith with their daily living. Through the classroom and pastoral programmes the students’ experiences are examined in the light of faith. Part of this provision will be to ensure that all students have access to a language in which the meaning of Religion can be tested. All members of the College community participate in this religious formation in which the College’s Christian foundation is understood inclusively. Thus, the religious life of the College is the responsibility of everyone involved in it. The Ministry Team and Religious Education Department are particular expressions of the religious mission of the College; they serve as models and provide resources for the community so that the College’s mission may be the better accomplished.

    The Headmaster is the spiritual leader of the College. It is his responsibility to apply the College’s resources so that the staffing, organization and pastoral and religious programmes contribute positively to the religious ethos of the College.

    The Ministry Team is responsible for the development and support of the liturgical life of the College, but should seek to engage all members of the community in its activity.

    The teachers of Religion have a particular responsibility to pass on to students the teachings of the Church and to facilitate the integration of faith into their daily lives. The schemes of work for the Religious department should express the inclusiveness of our Lasalian tradition.

    Christian art and liturgical symbols should be concrete manifestations of the religious values of the College and should be visible.

    All staff have a responsibility through their own respect for the religious life of the College to act as examples for students.

    The attitude of respect for Religion extends to persons and the surrounding environment. It is made evident in their relationships and interactions with others and in their care for the College, its property and its grounds.

    Eucharistic celebrations are central to the College’s life.

    Parents are encouraged to engage with the religious life of the College.

    Students, staff and the wider College community are encouraged to seek ways of turning faith into action, through volunteer programmes, service to College and community and through projects that direct assistance to people who need it.