Dd2 is in Y1.
Throughout reception and throughout the first term of Y1 she was graded (for want of a better word) as above average in maths. Just before Christmas, dd was moved onto a different table for numeracy. Dh asked the teacher (quick morning chat) if all was ok and was there a reason that she had moved tables. Teacher said that there was no reason, it was just to balance numbers.
We didn't think any more about it, until she got her spring interim report and was graded (again, for want of a better word) as average.
Now, my query is, was she moved tables because she was struggling to keep up on the first table (despite the teacher saying this isn't the case) or has her grade altered because of the table she is on?
Or none of the above
Either way, I feel like I should ask the question, but don't know how without sounding pushy.
If she has been moved because she couldn't cope, then that is fine - she is still reaching her potential. If she isn't reaching her potential because of the table she is on, then it is a problem as far as I'm concerned. If it is all a coincidence then thats fine.
Despite how I may sound I'm not a pushy mum - I just want her to reach her potential.
Do I raise this?
If so, how without sounding pushy?
Parents evening - would you raise this as an issue?
plonker · 03/03/2009 16:33
Dd2 is in Y1.
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