I got my sons report

@maximax8 (29032)
United Kingdom
July 13, 2009 7:02am CST
I got my older sons report from his secondary school today. He is 14 years old. I am delighted to see he has been really well behaved and hard working. He is doing exams between this age and age 16. The grades are A,B,C, which are target grades and D, E, F and G which are not awfully valuable. I am pleased my son is likely to get five grade C and one grade B. His best subject is History but he is only likely to get a D in that. I feel that because he is dyslexic he is at a disadvantage with the exams. Writing quickly with good spelling is important in the exams. Are you happy with your child's effort at school? Do you think your child will do well in exams that are at the end of their schooling? What are you children's favorite subjects?
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@kalav56 (11502)
• India
13 Jul 09
I am happy that you are delighted with your son's progress. I have only one son and he is an adult and by God's grace he is an outstanding achiever.I am ever grateful to God for that.I hope and pray your son would also do very well.God bless!
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@kekexinfeng (1303)
• China
15 Jul 09
Congratulations to you! I am happy to hear this though I don't have children,but I want to be pregnant,then I wish my child will be lovely and clever. Good luck!
@greenline (14864)
• Canada
14 Jul 09
How are you Happy Mom ? That is so nice to hear a mother happy about her children doing well. Yes, that is a joy for the family. Making good grades at this age, I am confident the boy will do well in his educational persuits. Best wishes to you and the family !
@AmbiePam (50448)
• United States
14 Jul 09
We don't even have an E or G grade here. Now I'm intrigued. We go A, B, C, D, F, and S is satisfactory and U is for unsatisfactory. But U and S are usually not used for any real subject, just for things like P.E.