End of Session Reports

Dear Parents and Carers,

We hope this finds you and your family well. We wanted to write to give you an overview about our reports this session. The teachers have written reports about your child’s progress up to the point we went into lockdown. The teachers have written comments about ‘Literacy and English’, ‘Mathematics and Numeracy’, ‘Health and Wellbeing’ and ‘Learning Across the Curriculum’ based on their observations and assessments to the date up until the school was closed in March.

We understand that your child’s progress may have changed since this time and hope you understand the staff have completed the End of Session Report under very challenging circumstances. 

This report reflects the progress made during this session and identifies next steps in learning at the time of school closures. To help us with distribution, they will be sent electronically as a PDF document week beginning Monday 15 June. Please be aware it will take the full week to send them all. This year if you would like to add your comments, please do so electronically. Please email any feedback to admin@bruntsfield.edin.sch.uk. Your feedback is important to us.

Transition During COVID-19

This year, transition will be different due to school closure because of COVID-19.

The children will get a message from their new teacher on their Teams page during the last week of term. They will also have opportunities to keep in touch with their current teacher when they are back in school in August.

Before the children start in 2020-2021, the teachers will have met with each other to discuss individual needs and plan learning for next session. As always, teachers will get to know the children, find out where they are in their learning journey and will cater their teaching accordingly.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the school staff, the children and yourselves for continuing learning, in its many forms, over the last year and under exceptional circumstances.

Kind regards,

Carol Kyle

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