Before our school closes for a week-long half term break, we took the opportunity to meet with parents of our students in Early Years, Primary and Year 11.
For Early Years parents, parent-teacher meetings were scheduled from 5th to 8th February (Monday to Thursday) in the Early Years classroom. During meetings, Miss Bates discussed the Early Years student's progress, development and social behaviour at school with their respective parents.
The Primary parents' consultation meetings for Term 2 took place on Tuesday 6th, Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th February 2018 between 3:20 and 5pm. We have invited all parents to meet with their child’s class teacher from Reception to Year 6 and discuss their child’s progress at their most convenient time. Parent evenings, as we call them, are a good opportunity for parents to discuss any questions or concerns they may have.
Lastly, we have invited Year 11 parents to meet with their child's teacher to discuss their recently completed Mock IGCSE examinations. These parent-teacher meetings took place in the individual Senior School classrooms on Thursday 8th February from 3.15pm-4:30pm. This was a final opportunity to talk to all the teachers before the formal IGCSE examinations begin.
We cannot discuss here the detailed results of the mock exams, but we can proudly say that it's looking rosy for all our graduating students. We reckon that all of them will be offered admission from their desired school, with a substantial number of them to be granted scholarship.
The rest of the Senior school (Years 7-10) will have their Term 2 Parents evening meetings later on in the term and a letter to parents will go out about this closer to the time.
As a school we do our best to provide our students the most effective tools and support in their growth and learning, however much of the credit goes to our parents who are very much involved in school. We are lucky to have parents who support and guide their children 24/7 and help us promote better education.