Assessment for learning working in partnership with parents and school
Early Years CW and TKO
On Monday 10th October, you will be sent a letter on how to book your parent-teacher conference (PTC)on the parent portal. Before PTC you will have had the opportunity to attend the IEYC parent workshop. Other opportunities for parents include attending an Exit Point and being a Secret Reader.
At FIS IS Primary, we use to enable Tapestry parents and teachers to track progress together and key milestones for our youngest students.
- Thursday 13th October is the IEYC parent workshop at CW campus starting at 16:00
- Tuesday 18th October is the IEYC parent workshop at TKO campus starting at 16:00
|Campus||CW Parent Teacher Conference||TKO Parent Teacher Conference|
Primary Years One to Year Six
On Monday 7th November, you will be sent a letter on how to book your parent-teacher conference (PTC)on the parent portal. Before PTC you will have had the opportunity to attend the IPC parent workshop. Following our parent consultation in term three last year. The primary PTC will be after half term so that teachers can give you the latest information from the assessment week.
- Tuesday 11th October is the TKO IPC parent workshop at 16:00
- Monday 17th October is the JL IPC parent workshop at 16:00
|Campus||JL Primary Parent Teacher Conference||TKO Primary Parent Teacher Conference|
You never stop Learning
Next week is our student council elections alongside French Stream Primary. The students have created amazing posters for the election.
As part of their Brainwave unit, Year 3 focused on skills and thought about how we can keep practising a skill to get better. They thought about how a skill would look if they were beginning, developing, or mastering it.
To put this into practice, they decided to teach Year 1 a skill; using a knife to make a jam sandwich!
The children designed their own assessment rubric, which they used when the Year 1 children made their sandwiches. They asked the Year 1s to reflect and self assess their skills. They then assessed them based on their observations.