Reporting to Parents

We have a comprehensive programme for regular reporting to parents.

Community picnic 2020

Term 1 – Week 2. This evening is held in the first two weeks of the year and run by your child’s team leaders. The focus of this evening is for you to be able to meet your child’s class teacher and the other teachers of the team and parents from our community.  This will be held on Wednesday 5 February, Ranagau, Mahi Tahi and Tainui will hold .  Please keep an eye on our Korero, website calendar, facebook page and daily informer for more information about the community picnic.

Parent emails 

Term 1 – Weeks 6 – 8. You can expect an email from your child’s teacher sometime between weeks 6 and 8. The purpose of this email is to check with you on your perception of how your child has settled into their learning environment. This  also gives parents an opportunity to ask questions or raise any concerns.

Unit of Inquiry Books

PYP Unit of Inquiry books go home on a regular basis. These books are a sequence of work samples which provide you with information about your child’s learning and the class programme.

Student Led Conferences

Student led conferences are held on Thursday 30 July from 3.00 pm – 8.00 pm and Friday 31 July from 8.00 am – 4.00 pm.  School will finish at 2.40 am on that day. Information on how to book a goal setting conference will go home in . These goal setting conferences are for ten minutes. Student led conferences are held in the first week of term 3. Booking information has gone home with your child or click on the link under what’s on for the link. This provides an opportunity for the student, teacher and parents to meet to share and discuss achievements. Each conference is twenty minutes in duration. It is expected that the focus of these conferences will be around achievements in literacy and numeracy.

Written Reports

Reports go home twice a year, in Term 2 and 4. These reports provide the parents and student with a summary of student growth and achievement in all curriculum areas.