Sunday, 17 October 2021

Parents Evening & Pupil Passports

We are looking forward to welcoming all parents into school throughout this week for the opportunity to discuss your child's learning with you. 

At the beginning of the term you would have received a curriculum letter from your child's class teacher. This provides you with everything that you need to know for the Autumn term. What the children will be learning, what topics they will be covering and any special events that will be taking place. 

You will leave the parents evening this week with a copy of the pupil passport for your child's year group. At Broadford pupils are on an 8 year journey, from Nursery to year 6, it is important that you know where they are going every step of the way. 

We believe that pupils, parents and teachers need clear guidance on what is expected at each stage of the Broadford Primary voyage. We believe that we should support parents in helping extend their child's learning at home. We believe that by working in partnership, our children will be able to achieve and exceed our high expectations. 

The pupil passport informs pupils and parents of key end of year expectations in the areas where parents will be able to have the greatest impact supporting their child. Now you know the destination and have the support you need, get ready to enjoy the journey. 

We believe it is vital for parents to be regularly updated on their child's progress. We believe this information helps parents support and challenge their children more effectively. 

At the end of the Spring term we will invite you back into school to discuss your child's progress on their learning journey. We will provide you with a mid-year review which will indicate whether your child is behind, on track or ahead of the journey to meeting the end of year expectations for the specified curriculum objectives. 

At the end of the summer term you will receive a more detail written commentary about your child's progress and attainment along with a review sheet which will indicate again, whether your child is behind, on track or ahead of the national expectations for their year group. 

If you wan to go fast, go alone. 
If you want to go far, go together. 
African Proverb

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