Student Achievement & Progress Reports 2016

WPS Student Led Conferences Detail 2016

Purpose: Early reporting of academic achievement levels, social skills and work habits; celebration of learning progress; and goal setting for 2016.

Student Led Conferences lead to:

- Student ownership of learning and ability to articulate their learning strengths and areas they want to improve for short & long term goals.

- Well informed parents and students regarding current academic levels, work habits and social skills at the start of the year.

- Relaxed low pressure environments & a more flexible timing schedule.

- Goals set collaboratively and partnerships reinforced or established.

Reports home: Wednesday 4th May 2016.

Student Led Conferences: Thursday 12th May 1 pm to 8 pm.

Structure:

- 30 minutes blocks of time where your child will lead you through a learning progress story to date.

- This will be complimented by a 10 minute 3 way conference for future goal setting with the teacher.

- Up to three families in each 30 minutes block will be in the classroom.


Students:
Must be present to lead their conference please. These will be rescheduled with parents if they cannot make it on that day.

Please note: These are not for private ‘one on one’ confidential meetings with the teacher. Please make an alternative time if you need this type of meeting.  

Feel free to ask any questions prior to the conference to gain clarification.

School will finish at 12:30 pm that day to allow enough time for all the Conferences. Please make arrangements for your child to be collected early thank you.   

Please complete online booking at www.schoolinterviews.co.nz and enter code s5265 by Friday, 6th May

We look forward to seeing you all on Thursday 12th May & are aiming for a 100% turn out.

For more details please see the attached files below. 

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Simon Drewery,
Apr 7, 2016, 2:28 PM
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Simon Drewery,
Apr 7, 2016, 2:29 PM
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Simon Drewery,
Apr 7, 2016, 2:29 PM
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Simon Drewery,
Apr 7, 2016, 2:29 PM
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Simon Drewery,
Apr 7, 2016, 2:29 PM
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