This year we will be holding two Academic Review Days to give you the opportunity to talk about your students progress.
These will be held on – Friday 24th November and Friday 20th April
More information will be available and you will be invited to book a meeting nearer the time.
Feedback from parents
“massive improvement, happy to be growing with the school”
“I believe the progress that GA is making is very positive, both my daughters enjoy school”
“I am extremely pleased with how well my children are doing academically at GA. The school has changed so much over the years for the better”
“I’m very impressed with Gloucester Academy, my son is very happy and is enjoying all his lessons, especially English”
“The culture at Gloucester Academy has greatly changed over the last 12 months. There is a calm/nurturing feel when you physically enter the building and I feel my child is genuinely valued. There is an expectation that my child has the ability to achieve well”
On Friday 20th January
On Friday 20th January we held an Academic Review Day. The purpose of this day was to invite you and your child into the Academy for a short meeting with your child’s tutor or another key member of staff, in order to discuss progress across the whole curriculum so far this year. It was an opportunity to review achievements and set targets for the remainder of the year. Each appointment lasted for approximately 15 minutes, and were available throughout the school day.
Prior to the Academic Review Day, every student completed a workbook which they brought to the meeting. This workbook provided the basis for the discussion, and was used to ensure a positive and constructive meeting took place. We would like to thank parents for helping and supporting their child to complete these.
Each appointment will last for approximately 15 minutes, and are available throughout the school day. If an appointment is not available at a convenient time, please contact reception who may be able to offer an alternative.
Please note: Students will not attend school on this day, other than when your child comes with you to the meeting, for which uniform should be worn. Although you will need to make arrangements for looking after your child, we will be organising work for your child to complete at home.