Our school holds two formal Parent Learning Conferences. These evenings are usually held in December and March. Children are encourged to attend these meetings with their parents to discuss their learning alongside their parents. We believe that this really give ownership to the children in their own learning. In addition, there is a 'Back to School Night' in September where your child's class teacher will introduce themselves, share their classroom expectations with you, along with other important information such as PE days, homework requirements etc. In Foundation Stage each year we hold a new parents evening before children come into school alongside home and nursery visits to ensure that their is a good transition foreach child into their new school. We also hold a Phonics workshop to talk to parents about how phonics is taught in school and how parents can support at home with their child's learning.
Annual written school reports indicating your child's progress in all curriculum areas, will be sent home towards the end of the summer term. Children in Year 2 and Year 6 will be formally assessed in English, Mathematics and Science against nationally agreed criteria. The outcomes of these assessments will be shared with parents.
In line with Northamptonshire County Council policy, all records maintained on pupils are open to parents and guardians with Parental Responsibility. Reasonable notice in writing should be given when access to records is requested.