Following on from this post, I also wrote up what was sent out with my UCAS forms by the head of Sixth Form at my school.
I must have been such a little swot, and so irritating from the sound of this.
Hayley has found the transition from GCSE to A Level generally difficult, although to her credit, all of her tutors have commented on her very positive approach to her studies. She tends to contribute more in those lessons of which she has a better conceptual awareness, whilst in others she lacks confidence in her abilities. She has shown an improvement in her writing skills and statistical materials.
Hayley has made a good contribution to the life of the school and Sixth Form. She was a dependable and conscientious member of the supervisory duty team, helped with the reading enhancement scheme, was company secretary of her ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã…â€œYoung EnterpriseÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã‚Â company, contributed to our charity fundraising, helped in running school events and enjoyed the social life of a large and lively Common Room.
Hayley is a pleasant, helpful, willing and enthusiastic young lady. She is a very reliable and responsible person and is a good person to have as a part of a team. I have found her to be cooperative, truthful, honest and totally trustworthy. Her records for attendance and for punctuality are both excellent.
We all wish her good health, great happiness and the best of success in the years to come.
C Bradley, February 2002