Reporting to Parents/Caregivers
Hope School reports to parents regularly on the progress of their child.
Reporting methods include:
"Meet the Teacher" evening
An after school meeting with parents/whānau at the beginning of each year for all year levels to share class routines, expectations, and other general class information.
Building partnership interviews
Held with parents/whānau at the beginning of each year for all year levels.
Optional conferences with students and their parents/whānau in term 2 to discuss mid-year progress reports.
Each child receives two written reports each year. Children in years 1-6 receive a mid-year (term 2) and an end-of-year (term 4) progress report. New entrants (year 0 and children starting year 1 in term 1) will receive a 6 week "settling into school" report and depending on when they start school they may also receive a mid-year and/or end-of-year report.
This is an online sharing platform for students, teachers, and parents to share learning as it happens with parents, caregivers, and extended whānau.
Celebrations of learning
An opportunity for students to share their learning with parents through oral, written, and visual presentations.
Informal parent interviews
Parents are welcome to arrange a time with the class teacher to discuss their child's progress at school.