Calendar Notes

 

 

Things to look out for in our annual calendar

Immediately below this section you will find our annual calendar for the academic year. Here are the things you might want to take note of:

Parents of

You might want to note

Year 7

  • The "settling in" parents evening (early in the academic year)
  • The Academic Mentoring Day where you get to meet your child's tutor (late in the year)
  • An evening session called, How to help your child in Year 7
  • The Parents Forum. This is run 2 or 3 times per year. A letter will go home to provide details.
  • A Parents Forum for SEN students. Running 2 or 3 times a year. A letter will go home from our SENCO, Ms Turner.
  • The Safe and Wellbeing evenings which we run for all parents. Typically there are 2 per year. A letter will go home with details.
  • The assessment windows when we do our Progress Tests. Note that most subjects do 3 Progress Tests per year but English, mathematics and science do 5 per year.

Year 8

  • The Academic Mentoring Day where you get to meet your child's tutor (late in the year)
  • An evening session called, How to help your child in Year 8
  • The Parents Forum. This is run 2 or 3 times per year. A letter will go home to provide details.
  • A Parents Forum for SEN students. Running 2 or 3 times a year. A letter will go home from our SENCO, Ms Turner.
  • The Safe and Wellbeing evenings which we run for all parents. Typically there are 2 per year. A letter will go home with details.
  • The assessment windows when we do our Progress Tests. Note that most subjects do 3 Progress Tests per year but English, mathematics and science do 5 per year.
  • An Information Evening about GCSE Options

Year 9

  • The Academic Mentoring Day where you get to meet your child's tutor (late in the year)
  • An evening session called, How to help your child in Year 9
  • The Parents Forum. This is run 2 or 3 times per year. A letter will go home to provide details.
  • A Parents Forum for SEN students. Running 2 or 3 times a year. A letter will go home from our SENCO, Ms Turner.
  • The Safe and Wellbeing evenings which we run for all parents. Typically there are 2 per year. A letter will go home with details.
  • The assessment windows when we do our Progress Tests. Note that most subjects do 3 Progress Tests per year but English, mathematics and science do 5 per year.
  • An Information Evening about GCSE Options
  • An Information Evening about Aim Higher
  • An Information Evening about Able and Talented

Year 10

  • The Academic Mentoring Day where you get to meet your child's tutor (late in the year)
  • An evening session called, How to help your child in Year 10
  • The Parents Forum. This is run 2 or 3 times per year. A letter will go home to provide details.
  • A Parents Forum for SEN students. Running 2 or 3 times a year. A letter will go home from our SENCO, Ms Turner.
  • The Safe and Wellbeing evenings which we run for all parents. Typically there are 2 per year. A letter will go home with details.
  • The assessment windows when we do our Progress Tests. Note that most subjects do 3 Progress Tests per year but English, mathematics and science do 5 per year.

Year 11

  • The Academic Mentoring Day where you get to meet your child's tutor (late in the year)
  • An evening session called, How to help your child in Year 11
  • The Parents Forum. This is run 2 or 3 times per year. A letter will go home to provide details.
  • A Parents Forum for SEN students. Running 2 or 3 times a year. A letter will go home from our SENCO, Ms Turner.
  • The Safe and Wellbeing evenings which we run for all parents. Typically there are 2 per year. A letter will go home with details.
  • The assessment windows when we do our Progress Tests. Note that most subjects do 3 Progress Tests per year but English, mathematics and science do 5 per year.
  • Sixth Form Open Evening (usually November)
  • Parents Evening (usually after Christmas).


Last updated: Monday, March 24, 2014Print the Eckington School Calendar Notes page

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