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End of Year Student Progress Reporting

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by bradgary01, May 2, 2020.

  1. bradgary01

    bradgary01 New commenter

    Our kids have been receiving Home Learning packages since February and it seems very unlikely school will be returning this semester. Just wondering what schools would do or are doing in this situation in terms of end of semester/year report for families. As Children have been at home learning with families - a little difficult to use our standards based report card. Any suggestions?
     
  2. kayknapton

    kayknapton New commenter

    I am considering the same. Have you made any developments with this?
     
  3. bradgary01

    bradgary01 New commenter

    Hi there - actually have decided on a parent teacher conference with a focus on all the learning, growth or development the children have had during closure. As the take up for our home Learning was a challenge for some, we recognize that children will definitely grown in a number of ways over the time and not academically. Following the conference the teacher will put together a detailed comment based on work seen, evidence gathered or reflections from families. Usually our developmental record is 6 pages based on a variety of standards and learning areas - this one will be 2 pages. A pic of the child, a photo of a piece of work. Information about the pandemic and school closure, a comment from the child about this time and a comment from parents/teacher.
     
  4. TeacherMan19

    TeacherMan19 Occasional commenter

    Do a Zoom/Teams/whatever video system you like parent meeting. Use that as parents to tell you what they've done and identify things they can work on in the summer to get them ready for the next year.
     

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