It is very important to us that pupils and parents understand the reporting and feedback process.
Pupils can benefit greatly from reflecting upon their performance and from using this, alongside the feedback that they receive from their teachers, to determine the next steps they need to take. Indeed, educational research suggests that feedback is one of the most powerful influences on learning and achievement.
This is further reflected in our Teaching and Learning Policy where we acknowledge the importance of pupils taking responsibility for their learning, persevering though difficulties and learning to enjoy risks and challenge. You will see that the feedback you will receive will allow you and your children to reflect on how they are meeting up to these aspects of learning.
For further information please refer to the guide which can be accessed below.