Dear Parent and Carers
Year 9 Parents’ Evening Thursday 3rd December 2015
4.30pm – 7.30pm
As you will be aware, Year 9 remains a particularly important year in the education of your son/daughter, as later in this academic year our Year 9 students will be making their option choices which will allow them to spend more time following some subjects of their choice and the possibility of choosing some new subjects that they do not study currently. Nevertheless, as you would expect their curriculum next year will consist of many of the subjects students are currently studying and making the best possible progress in these subjects will enable them to be successful in these subjects at GCSE.
Another important date for your diaries is Year 9 Options Evening itself which is on Thursday, 28th January 2016. More details will follow nearer the time.
You will have received their first Progress Sheet of this academic year which will enable you to have an informed discussion with your child’s teachers as to the how they can make progress this year. Your child will be encouraged to make individual appointments with his/her subject teachers in the usual way. Ms Lam, Head of Year 9, Mrs Marshall-Hose, our Year 9 Progress and Aspiration Coach and our SENDCo will also be available to meet with parents.
We do hope you will be able to join us on this evening which is a crucial way we can work together to secure the best academic progress for your child.
Mr A Boyle
Please return this slip to your child’s form tutor
Child’s name: ……………………………….. Form: ……………
I/we will/will not (please delete as appropriate) be able to attend Parents’ Evening on Thursday 2nd December 2015.
Parent’s/Carer’s Signature ……………………………
Wallasey Village, Wallasey, Wirral, CH45 3LN
T: 0151 639 7531 F: 0151 201 4514
Headteacher: Mr. A. Boyle BSc. (Hons)
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