A Guide to Your Child’s Report and Feedback Form

A Guide to Your Child’s Report and Feedback Form

A Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) is a skills based curriculum, developing:


CfE is less about how fast children learn and more about how deeply they learn. It is also about how they apply the skills they have learned. Below is the national benchmark of learning and progression for Curriculum for Excellence.

                Progress at a Level: Children will progress at different rates and some will attain levels more quickly than others.

  • ERC Standardised Assessments:
    Standardised Assessments are also carried out in East Renfrewshire schools for pupils in P3, P5, P7 and S2. They have an important role to play in providing teachers with concise objective information on a child’s level of development. We track pupils’ progress at every stage in school. The results provide information for planning future teaching and learning. Standardised scores can range from 70-130. A score of 100 is the average.

 

  • Scottish National Assessments:
    The Scottish Government has introduced a single, nationally developed set of standardised assessments, designed to reflect the way we deliver education in Scotland, through Curriculum for Excellence. Assessments are administered to each child once within the relevant school year. Individual teachers and schools, with guidance from their local authorities, will decide the most appropriate time during the school year for your child to take the standardised assessments. Assessments are completed online, marked automatically, giving teachers immediate feedback to help children progress. The online assessment system will provide feedback information about where your child did well and where further support is required. The feedback will be used to help plan next steps and further support as appropriate.

  • Feedback:
    Please complete the feedback form below. Questions 1-6 are parent/carer questions and questions 7-8 provide an opportunity for you to discuss and feeback your child’s views.

 

Summer Reading Challenge

The Summer Reading challenge is a great way to keep children reading during the school holidays. Children can sign up at the library, then read six library books to complete the Challenge. There are exclusive rewards to collect along the way, and it’s FREE to take part! …
Please visit the libraries website https://www.ercultureandleisure.org/Activities-Children to find out about Fun for all the Family with

•Stories
•Sci-Fi Labs
•Space Crafts
•Virtual Reality
•Space Training
•Alien Hunts and more.

All ages welcome, free, contact the library to book your interest.

 

Home Baking Request

The PSA will be providing refreshments at the following events and really need as much home baking(nut free as many children have nut allergies) as possible to make these events the success they were last year.

P4 Thanksgiving mass – Monday 10th June

P7 Leavers Ceilidh – Thursday 13 June

P7 Leavers Mass – Monday 17th June

If you are able to provide baking (which can be dropped off at the school at any time during the day or just prior to the event itself) can you please text/call Wendy Kelly on 07432201816 or email stcadocspsa@gmail.com

Many Thanks

The St Cadoc’s PSA Committee

School Improvement Plan Survey

Last week our house captains and vice captains held a coffee afternoon to discuss our School Improvement Plan. They discussed what is going well within the school and how you can help us improve it further.  If you were unable to attend this event, we would still love to hear your views.

Please take a few minutes to complete our survey via the link below and have your say in St Cadoc’s next steps for improvement.

View the full presentation below.

St Cadoc’s School Improvement Plan 2018 -2019 Presentation

 

First Holy Communion

Good luck to Primary 4b and 4d who are making their First Holy Communion at 10 a.m. on Saturday the 18th May in St. Cadoc’s church.  Our thoughts and prayers are with them on this special day.

We would appreciate if you could be mindful of the neighbours when parking at the church so that everyone is safe.

After Mass, there will be lots of time for photographs so we ask that no photographs are taken during the Mass.  At the end of Mass, the official photographer will take two class photographs.  As the children will be moving around at this time, we ask that you remain in your seats until both of these photographs have been taken.

Many thanks for your support.

First Holy Communion

Good luck to Primary 4a and c who are making their First Holy Communion at 10 a.m. on Saturday the 11th May in St. Cadoc’s church.  Our thoughts and prayers are with them on this special day.

We would appreciate if you could be mindful of the neighbours when parking at the church so that everyone is safe.

After Mass, there will be lots of time for photographs so we ask that no photographs are taken during the Mass.  At the end of Mass, the official photographer will take two class photographs. As the children will be moving around at this time, we ask that you remain in your seats until both of these photographs have been taken. Many thanks for your support.

PRIMARY 7 INFORMATION EVENING ST. NINIAN’S HIGH SCHOOL – Tuesday 14th May 7pm

The Primary 7 Information Evening for parents and pupils will take place on Tuesday 14th May at 7pm. This is a wonderful opportunity for parents to obtain important information for their children who will begin S1 in August 2019 in the new session. There will be the opportunity to meet staff from all departments and to have a tour of the school. St. Ninian’s staff look forward to welcoming as many young people  (in school uniform ) and parents as possible.

ERC School Travel Survey

The Parent Council have been involved in the initial stages of the development project by the ERC Roads department to look at school travel. The Parent Council we would strongly encourage parents to participate in the survey. An initial deadline for feedback is 29 May 2019. Further details are provided in the link below.

The St Cadoc’s Parent Council

Click the link below to complete East Renfrewshire School Travel Survey

Survey for Parents

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