Saint Paul’s Catholic High School recognises the benefits of working in partnership with parents and carers so that their students can reach their full potential. The recent Year 8 and Year 11 Consultation Day was an excellent example of this.
Consultation Day was a great success with parents and carers attending the school with their sons and daughters. The aim of the day was to give parents/carers a chance to talk to staff about their child’s progress and improvement targets.Year 8 and Year 11 students, together with their parents and carers, met with form tutors and subject teachers for a progress review for each of their subjects.
Mrs Claire Hunt, Deputy Headteacher, explained: “This was an excellent opportunity for parents and carers to meet with their son or daughter’s subject teachers where they were able to discuss the courses that their child is following including their progress, current performance, revision and any concerns they might have.”
“Events like this ensure that our students have the optimum chance of developing and becoming the best they can be,” commented Executive Headteacher, Mr Tony Billings. “We were delighted that the event was so well attended and pleased with the interest and enthusiasm shown by both the students and their parents/carers.”