At Green Meadow School we provide half term reports for all year groups including Kindergarten. The report covers what the children have been learning and the progress they have made. The Early Years reports cover the Foundation Stage areas which are separated into 7 areas.
Within Key Stage 1 and 2 the reports cover all core and the foundation subjects. At the end of each term the report will show you your child’s attainment levels.
A more detailed written report is sent home at the end of the year to summarise achievement and attainment and parents are given the opportunity to discuss this report should they wish with the class teacher.
In order to provide parents with information on pupil progress and development, we hold three parent consultation evenings throughout the year, however if required they can be held every half term.
The first is held in October in order for you to meet your child’s class teacher and discuss your child’s progress.
The second evening is held in the middle of the academic year (March/April) to discuss your child’s progress and identify any strengths and ‘next steps’ within their developmental areas.
An open evening is held at the end of the year, in July, where parents are invited in to school to view an exhibition of the wonderful work that has been produced throughout the year. It also gives parents a chance to meet their child’s next teacher for the following academic year.
Parent View gives parents the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. The survey can be completed at any time; you don’t have to wait until school is being inspected.
The 12 questions for parents are:
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