Communicating student progress in the Elementary School
Dear Elementary Families,

At UNIS, communicating with you about student learning takes place continually as part of the teaching and learning process. Teachers work with parents and students to evaluate successes and plan new goals. UNIS believes that for effective learning to occur, students should be partners in the assessment and evaluation of their progress. We share information about student learning and report on student achievement in many ways, including:

- Parent-teacher conferences (October, February)
- Open classrooms (November)
- Written progress reports (February, June)
- Student led conferences (April)
- Student portfolios (ongoing)
- Classroom blogs (ongoing)

Significant changes to the reporting and feedback processes have taken place over the last year and a half. Your feedback on our reporting processes are important to us. Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts on what we are doing well and how we can continue to improve the way we report on your child's progress in the Elementary School.

Sincerely,
Megan Brazil
Elementary Principal
UNIS Hanoi

How many children do you have in the Elementary school?
Please indicate your child(ren)'s grade level(s):
How many years have you had children attending UNIS Hanoi?
I am satisfied with the frequency and thoroughness of reporting on my child's school progress.
What is the Elementary School doing well, with regard to communicating and reporting on student learning?
How could the Elementary School improve its reporting procedures?
Parent-teacher conferences (held in October and February) provide me with an accurate picture of my child's progress, strengths and areas for development.
How could the Elementary School improve Parent-Teacher conferences?
Open Classrooms provide me with an accurate picture of my child's learning in the context of their various classes.
How could the Elementary School improve Open Classrooms?
Classroom blogs provide me with an accurate picture of my child's learning at school.
I take the time to read my child's classroom blog.
How could the Elementary School improve Classroom Blogs?
The written report card (issued in February and June) provides me with an accurate picture of my child's progress, strengths and areas for development.
The new format of the written report card is easy to understand.
The new format of the written report card contains important information about my child as a learner.
Please use this space to share with us any other feedback about the ways in which we communicate student learning and progress. Your feedback is important in helping us to constantly improve.
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