Parents' Evenings

We are a self-evaluating school and regularly consult with children, parents, carers and other stakeholders to improve our practice. Questionnaires are sent to parents/carers where their comments are invited, evaluated and considered.

There are three Parents' Evenings every year. Two of these are formal evenings where parents and carers have an opportunity to discuss their child's progress with the class teacher. The informal parents' evening enables children to accompany their parents/carers to show them their work and to speak to the teaching staff if they wish. 

For the two formal Parents' Evenings your child will be given a letter for you to complete with your preferences regarding an appointment time.  Your child's class teacher will allocate you an appointment taking into account your preference and whether your child has any other siblings attending school.  Class teachers will always try to accommodate time preferences, where possible.  For the informal parents' evening, parents and carers are welcome to come into their child's classroom to look at their child's work, no appointment is necessary.


Image by pch.vecotr on Freepik                           

Image by pch.vecotr on Freepik

In addition to these parents' evenings, a written report will be sent to parents and carers towards the end of the Summer Term.   This will include information about children's attainment, the topics they have covered during the year as well as their own report on how they feel they have worked during the year.  Parents and carers are encouraged to respond to their child's written report using the slips included with the report.

Parents and carers are also invited to attend concerts at festival times, special events and for our performance assemblies.