Reporting to Parents
At Bovey Tracey Primary School, we value greatly our partnership with parents and believe that this is vital to maximise pupil progress and to promote their well-being and happiness in school.
As such we have a carefully planned calendar of times to report to parents regarding their child's progress, next steps and general development.
In between these times, if parents have any queries or concerns regarding their child's progress or happiness in school, they are welcome to contact us so that their child's class teacher can make arrangements to meet with them to discuss their concerns.
We also ensure that there are other events when we can welcome parents into school to share their child's learning and school experience. These include Phase sharing and Class Assemblies.
Outline of Our Programme of Reporting Parents
October - Parents Consultations
Parents are invited to parent’s meetings with their child's class teacher to discuss how their child has settled into their new class. This also gives parents the opportunity to talk about any interventions in place for their child as well as their targets. Maths, English and Topic books will be available to look at and the teacher will discuss areas to develop.
February/March - Parents Consultations
As in October, progress will be discussed as well as informing parents what their child is on track to achieve by the end of the year.
July - End of Academic Year School Report
In July, parents receive a School Report. This looks at pupil progress throughout the year, including their attainment, application to their learning and their personal, social development.
Teacher Assessment Levels for reading, writing and maths are given. The report also contains a 'General Comment' which focuses on issues such as effort as well as personal and social development.