Reporting to Parents
We very much welcome parents and carers support with pupils' learning. We arrange workshops to support this during the year and are always happy to answer questions/make suggestions to help you. It is our practice to let parents know if we feel their child is not on track and needs additional support at home.
During the year, there are opportunities every term to come into the Academy on a formal basis to discuss your child’s progress and to consider how we can all support their continued learning. These parent consultations take place during the evenings after school. Dates for these consultations are published in the school newsletter.
In addition, parents/carers are always welcome to have informal meetings with their child’s teacher, at a mutually convenient time, or to arrange a more formal meeting if needed.
Progress Reviews are sent out at the end of the Autumn Term to indicate whether your child is on track. Your child's teacher can answer any questions you have about the Review or about your child's progress. Teachers will be happy to help you with ideas how to support your child's learnnig at home.
Each child receives a written report at the end of the Summer term. These reports will outline the progress that your child has made, together with individual targets for further improvement.
There will be an opportunity for all parents/carers to discuss the reports at the parent/carer consultations.