Identifying Areas for Progress

Identifying Areas for Progress

We would like to invite parents of the Senior School pupils to attend the presentation held by Andrea Angus, the Deputy Head of Academic Senior School. The topic of the workshop is «Identifying Areas for Progress». As part of the Parent Partnership Programme, Ms Angus will lead the presentation and answer questions, such as «How do parents measure progress?», «How does Haileybury Astana measure progress?» and «How does attendance impact my child’s progress?».

Haileybury Astana provides significant attention to measuring progress at school and beyond. During the presentation, Ms Angus will also explain the importance of parents being engaged with a child's current learning profile. Additionally, the information on pupils' well-being and the ways of instilling the love of learning at home will be included in the session.⠀

  • Date: November 16th
  • Time: 2 pm
  • Location: Mrs Hakobyan's office
  • Russian speaking staff to support with communication

We look forward to seeing you at the presentation!

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