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How well does the school support children / young people to develop and learn? 5.1 Curriculum 5.3 Meeting learning needs I would like my children to get.

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1 How well does the school support children / young people to develop and learn? 5.1 Curriculum 5.3 Meeting learning needs I would like my children to get praise postcards More research and fun homework or projects (i.e. making things) Sharing learning booklet at the start of every term very helpful Open door policy Good Head Teacher presence Open dialogue with teacher / Head Teacher or both Very good transition between P7 and Mearns Academy and Nursery to school Open sessions not always appropriate -No privacy - specifics re child’s learning Fun homework and projects Homework diaries very useful form of communication Additional learning support Using Outdoor equipment Choice of topics engaging and inspiring

2 How well do children / young people learn and achieve? 1.1 Improvements in performance 2.1 Learners’ experiences Small school / personal touch Community involvement Really well – confident and happy children Good discipline Calm atmosphere Record of achievements for nursery kids Good computer equipment Parent inclusion very good Open parent sessions very enjoyable -Seeing classroom - Seeing child’s work Parents provide a good support group for new starts Interaction between all the classes is so positive Praise postcards Creating great opportunities through structured Friday activities Pupil engagement in learning Learning in different ways Pupil voice Parental Involvement Using outdoor environment Learning Journies

3 How well do children / young people learn and achieve? continued 1.1 Improvements in performance 2.1 Learners’ experiences Idiots Guide to what is required in a term (i.e. outdoor clothes, footwear, PE kit, lunch tickets, eco play piece …) More cooking for kids Good work required Learning to be more tactile approach Clear, overall picture of wider community projects

4 How well does the school improve the quality of its work? 5.9 Improvement through self evaluation Frequent viewing of learning journeys Improve time that the split years spend together Variety of activities Parents to have more open sessions in the classrooms for all the years (i.e. one afternoon per session / activity afternoons) More parental involvement in the classrooms Change classroom layout often Get parents into the classroom Recent self evaluation following P1s transition Learning journeys are a good way for the children to self evaluate Children coming home full of enthusiasm about their learning at school Encouraging others (parents and community) to be more involved School engagement with parents Communication Praise and reward Ensuring no gaps in learning outcome Feedback sessions / parent questionnaires

5 How do we “Share the Learning, achievement and attainment” with parents? Noticeboards Learning Journeys Website Community Events Open sessions / Parents evenings School Reports Learning Leaflets Praise Postcards Phone calls Informal end of day chats School shows and performances From children coming home with their stories Homework Diaries End of year assembly Opportunities to interact With staff Reception – meeting Morning and afternoon Newsletters Displays Informal end of day chats Come to play sessions Sports Day

6 What do we do to communicate with parents to support the totality of the school experience for their child(ren)? Open sessions like the circus Leaver’s assembly School shows Good transition programme P1-3 teachers outside after school Approachable via telephone or in person Accident slips Reception area Happy to go to school and happy when leaving Playground atmosphere Parent and child interaction Newsletters


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