At Park Community School we assess your child regularly in lessons to allow us to monitor their progress in relation to what we would expect them to achieve. We then adjust our lesson planning or implement interventions to ensure they are making suitable progress.
The Student Review Days take place on the first day of the academic year and just before the February half-term holiday. These are opportunities to meet to discuss your child’s targets with his/her tutor. It is also an opportunity to discuss how, together, we can better support his/her progress.
The traditional Parents’ Evening is your opportunity to discuss your child’s progress with their subject teachers.
We also hold additional evenings for parents on specific topics such as how to support your child to achieve success in their examination courses. These evenings usually include a combination of presentations and master-classes.
The following table explains what each of the numbers for overall attitude to learning and homework mean.
|12||Excellent Performance||All homework is completed on time and usually completed to a very high standard.||Consistently positive attitude and is proactive in the pursuit of their learning.|
|9||Very Good Performance||All homework is completed on time and to a good standard.||Positive attitude to learning and will do everything asked of them.|
|2||Good Performance||All homework is completed with most it on time. The standard is generally good.||Generally positive attitude to their learning. Completes most tasks with little fuss and without disrupting the learning of others.|
|-1||Need for Improvement||Homework is not consistently completed, and/or it is often late. Homework is consistently to a low standard||Inconsistent in their attitude to their learning. Can occasionally be disruptive to the learning of others.|
|-4||Cause for Concern||Generally, homework is not completed. Homework is always late.||Attitude to learning is consistently detrimental to their own and to the learning of others.|