At Oasis Academy Clarksfield we want our students to enjoy learning, make great progress and achieve exceptional outcomes. In order to do this we use a range of methods to determine what each individual student does well and develop the areas they need to improve upon.
Our lessons are planned carefully to take into account the strengths and the developmental areas of every student in order to enable them to progress in each subject. In addition to the assessment for learning that take place in class, we report formally to parents and carers throughout the year. The report contains information about progress and attainment in every subject as well as important learning information such as attendance, home learning, effort and next steps.
We value our partnerships with parents and carers.
Parents’ evenings are held twice per year to discuss your child’s progress. This is a dedicated time when parents meet with class teachers to discuss what is working well and how to improve discussing subject specific priorities and progress. This is also a great chance to find out what your child has been learning in each area of the curriculum and to see more about where their talents lie. Full reports are issued at the end of each academic year. These reports contain information about progress and attainment in every subject as well as important learning information such as attendance, home learning, effort and next steps.
Every Friday we hold assemblies in phases to celebrate the week’s achievements which parent's are invited to attend. In addition to parents’ evenings, if you have concerns we encourage you to make an appointment at any time during the year to discuss anything connected with your child’s education or wellbeing. Please contact the main office on 0161 231 2345.
We also hold regular parent workshops such as curriculum, E-Safety, safeguarding and SEND workshops as another opportunity to get involved in the life of school and find out more about different aspects of the curriculum and to support your child's learning in school.