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Teacher requested meeting re progress

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hoping2016 Tue 28-Mar-17 11:10:17

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I've been asked to meet with the teacher regarding progress of my yr 2 ...this the first time school have ever asked me to go in......bit worried can anyone prep me with what questions I should ask etc...

All was fine at last parents evening in Feb? Bit worried now but I guess I need to wait for meeting to find out more.....any advice most welcome....do they only do this if things have slipped massively ?? confused

pleasecomesoonspring Tue 28-Mar-17 11:39:36

Could be they are a little behind on something and want to do an intervention or they maybe doing well in something and want to give them extension work

Trifleorbust Tue 28-Mar-17 11:39:46

This will be related to an area of concern - potential SN or behaviour, possibly. I think all you can do is hear them out.

TiredBefuddledRose Tue 28-Mar-17 13:11:03

Listen to what they have to say then ask 'what can we do at home to help this?'.

If it is something more than they need to do a bit more work at home to catch up then ask what the school can do and what they'd recommend you do!

Ironwoman123 Tue 28-Mar-17 13:12:56

When is the meeting?

Have you had any indication he/she may be struggling? How do they do with homework?

LateDad Tue 28-Mar-17 13:14:51

This is a GOOD THING because it means that the teacher is paying attention to your DC.

Go in with an open mind and listen to what s/he has to say, don't be afraid to ask for clarification or further details and keep in mind that everyone will want what's best for your DC.

hoping2016 Tue 28-Mar-17 13:38:33

Thank you so much....I'll post back once over had the meeting ....open mind will be a good approach 😔

hoping2016 Tue 28-Mar-17 20:57:30

Hello,

Thank you for your support it ended up being 1 maths area which dd hadn't quite got so not as bad as I thought !

Thanks again

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