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A Guide to the Autumn Parent Meetings

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Parent meeting workshop

  1. 1. Bishop John RobinsonBishop John Robinson Church of England Primary School
  2. 2. Be the Best we can; Join in learning, play and prayer, Remember God’s word
  3. 3. Parent WorkshopParent Workshop Assessment without Levels ◦ A translation for parents ahead of parents’ evenings on Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th November 2015
  4. 4. Assessment and ReportingAssessment and Reporting Assessment without Levels Steps not points Year group ‘Bands’ not levels Reception Base line Year 2 and Year 6 SATs Beginning in the Year Band Working within the Year Band Secure in the Year Band B B+ W W+ S S+
  5. 5. Levels to Bands ConversionLevels to Bands Conversion
  6. 6. Purpose of the parent meetingPurpose of the parent meeting A brief (10 minutes maximum) summary of; ◦ How your child has settled into their new class (Effort – behaviour in and around class, willingness to learn, engagement etc) ◦ What progress your child has made since the last assessment ◦ Targets set for your child for the end of the year ◦ Achievements this term ◦ Areas of learning your child is currently working toward
  7. 7. ProgressProgress Measured on the number of National Curriculum ‘statements’ have been achieved in ½ term period Progress is based on teacher assessment which is informed (sometimes) by tests 6 steps in a Band Most children should make at least 6 Steps of progress
  8. 8. Two documents will be shared withTwo documents will be shared with familiesfamilies Parent Report Pupil Summary
  9. 9. Parent ReportParent Report Gives basic information about ◦ Last Year’s attainment (in italics) ◦ Current attainment (in bold) ◦ End of year target (no formatting)
  10. 10. WARNING!!WARNING!! It is VERY LIKELY that your child will still be working within the previous year’s BAND during the Autumn Term Teachers are currently working to ‘Fill in gaps’ from the previous year WHILST teaching this year’s curriculum Differentiation
  11. 11. Beginning in the Year Band Working within the Year Band Secure in the Year Band B B+ W W+ S S+
  12. 12. ◦ Last Year’s attainment (in italics) ◦ Current attainment (in bold) ◦ End of year target (no formatting) Finished Y5 at 5S Y6 Child Maths Currently 5S+ so has made 1 step progress (expected) Targeted to end Y6 in the Y7 band
  13. 13. ◦ Last Year’s attainment (in italics) ◦ Current attainment (in bold) ◦ End of year target (no formatting) Finished Y5 at 5S Y6 Child Writing Currently 5S so has made no progress Targeted to end Y6 in the Y7 band
  14. 14. ◦ Last Year’s attainment (in italics) ◦ Current attainment (in bold) ◦ End of year target (no formatting) Y2 Child Maths and Writing Finished Y1 at 1W+ Currently 1S so has made 1step progress Targeted to end Y2 as 2S+ making 7 steps progress
  15. 15. ◦ Last Year’s attainment (in italics) ◦ Current attainment (in bold) ◦ End of year target (no formatting) Y2 Child Reading Finished Y1 at 1S+ Currently 2B so has made 1step progress Targeted to end Y2 as 2S+ making 6 steps progress
  16. 16. Have a go with this child’sHave a go with this child’s reportreport ◦ Last Year’s attainment (in italics) ◦ Current attainment (in bold) ◦ End of year target (no formatting Y3 Child
  17. 17. Have a go with this child’sHave a go with this child’s reportreport ◦ Last Year’s attainment (in italics) ◦ Current attainment (in bold) ◦ End of year target (no formatting Y3 Child
  18. 18. EffortEffort behaviour in and around class, willingness to learn, engagement, friendships
  19. 19. Pupil SummaryPupil Summary Gives more detailed information about what a child has achieved and they are working toward
  20. 20. Teachers willTeachers will Identify one or two descriptors for each subject to focus on Explain to the parent ◦ What school is doing to help the child meet his/her targets ◦ What home could do ◦ Give out STUDENT SUPPORT CENTRE flyer
  21. 21. 10 minutes10 minutes 1 minute on welcomes and explanation 2 minutes on ‘Effort’ 2 minutes on ‘achievement and targets’ 3 minutes on ‘Summary’ and ‘next steps’ 1 minute for clarification 1 minute for goodbyes
  22. 22. 9 minutes – minute 4-59 minutes – minute 4-5 Go though assessments ◦ Last year ◦ Current ◦ Target
  23. 23. Role PlayRole Play
  24. 24. Dos and Don’tsDos and Don’ts  Check you have the correct day and time  Arrive a little early to make sure you can start your meeting promptly  Listen for the positive messages from your teacher  Keep children quiet and occupied during meetings  Make an arrangements for a longer meeting if you feel it warrants it  Ask for clarification is something is not clear  Arrive late or ‘just on time’ for your meeting  Focus on negative  Expect to stay longer than 10 minutes  Leave children unsupervised  Bring very small children who are likely to disrupt the meeting  Ask the class teacher to ‘rank’ your child

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