Parent/Teacher Consultation Meetings
The 'Transition to New Classes' events held in June were aimed at getting to know all about routines. If you missed the meeting the slides used can be found on the right hand side. If you have a concern then please contact your child’s teacher and they will make an appointment to meet with you.
Year R-6 Consultation Meeting (Event 1)
This event will focus on how children have settled in and look at the targets.
Year R-6 Consultation Meeting (Event 2)
This event will be an opportunity to discuss the progress the children have made so far.
Open Day (Event 3)
Finally at the ‘Open Day’ in July there is an opportunity to celebrate the work your child has completed over the course of the school year.
Entrance Hall Guest Stands
The entrance hall will contain welcome signs and directions to all class rooms via a leaflet. This will also direct parents to stands. The stands will ideally be manned but if not will demonstrate the service being providing in some way e.g. Lynn in the kitchen will provide examples of the meal service.
1) School meals service
2) Alderman and White (transition to secondary school)
3) Inclusion at Round Hill
4) SEND support
5) PTA/RHA (The work they do)
Reports are given to parents three times during the year. A electronic ‘Mini Progress Report’ can be found on the School Pupil Tracker website will be given out at about the time of the meeting with parents in November and in March and then the ‘Annual Report’ will complete the cycle in July. The aim is to further develop the partnership between home and school, by keeping parents regularly informed about your child’s progress and to record areas for development.
Your Child will write their own Pupil Report about their year…
Children complete their own report at the end of the year to go out with their Annual Report. This is carried out in school time and will be planned in as part of ‘Let’s Write’ lesosns.
‘Good Work’ Assemblies
Good Work Assemblies showcase the excellent work that our children are doing in school. During each term every year group will put on a ‘Good Work’ assembly, these will generally take place towards the end of each half-term. We want these to be a real celebration of the children’s work whilst also giving them an excellent opportunity to improve their presentation and speaking and listening skills. All parents and carers of children taking part in the assembly are welcome to come along to watch and be part of these special events.
All of the assemblies will start promptly at 10.15 a.m. on the day, so if you wish to attend please arrive at the front office for around 10.00 a.m.