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Suggested questions for parents to ask teachers
November 18, 2014

We hope parents find this information useful when they have school parents evening or just want to contact the school to enquire about how their child is progressing.

Finding out how your child is progressing can be tough. It’s useful to find out from the school the criteria that the teacher uses to grade your child’s level and ongoing performance. In order to help parents to show your child’s teacher that you want to work with the school on your child’s strengths and weaknesses, you may wish to ask some of the following questions:

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Does my child enjoy learning and coming to school?
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Does my child understand what s/he reads?
3
How well does my child read and understand new words?
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Does my child listen to and follow instructions?
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Does my child stay focused throughout the lesson?
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Is my child’s hand writing and work neat and tidy?
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Does my child finish their work before the end of the lesson?
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Does my child actively participate and put up their hand to answer questions during class discussions?
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Does my child hand in completed homework on time and is it of good quality?
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What type of work does my child enjoy most?
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What does my child struggle with?
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What do you recommend we do at home to help my child?
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How’s my child's behaviour and performance in class and what improvements need to be made?
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If I was to get extra help for my child, what should I look for?

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