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Celebrate reports

 
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I will just touch on reportcards this week since they are going home to parents. Reportcards should be a communication milestone for parents and the children themselves. They should be something to either be proud of or something to let you know what you can support your children in improving on. Even if the reports are not all “C” or above, that shouldn’t be thought of as the end of the world. Firstly it tells teachers what they can focus on for each child and that includes those children who got a “B” who can strive for an “A” next time. It lets children know what they need to work on and what parents can support their children with at home.

What can you do to help at home? Celebrate your children’s academic successes. Even if they got a “D” last time and they got a “D” again, they have improved to maintain that “D”, otherwise if they didn’t improve they would be looking at an “E”. Talk to your children about how you can help them improve for next time.
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Last reviewed 06 February 2020
Last updated 06 February 2020