Useful information for Parents
We believe that it is very important that strong links are forged between home and school and that we should work together for the benefit of the child.
We welcome voluntary help from parents with cooking, sewing and other learning activities, as well as reading with groups or individuals and on many educational visits. Parents are also invited to various events during the school year e.g. Assemblies, School Concerts, Sports Days etc.
We have a very active PTFA / Friends Association at All Saints and all parents are encouraged to help with events.
Our lost property is situated in the playground next to the friendship bench. If an item is not there, please ask your child's teacher if you can check the cloakroom. Unfortunately, the school can not accept liability for lost items and we encourage you to name all items clearly.
We believe that home learning is an important part of the partnership we have with parents in supporting children to learn.
Home learning is increased progressively as children move through the school. It is particularly useful to reinforce learning but is also used to encourage children to engage in the exploration of new areas of study.
Reporting Pupil Progress
At the end of the Reception Year each child is assessed against the Early Learning Goals of the Foundation Stage Curriculum. Each child in Year 2 and Year 6 is assessed in the summer term according to the statutory National Curriculum assessment arrangements.
Parent consultation evenings are held during the Autumn and Spring Terms. A written report is sent home in July, clearly outlining your child’s progress and development, together with future targets.