Open Door Policy

Building Community and Cultural Connection

The Greek School of Ayia Triada Birmingham is more than just an educational institution; it is a community hub where Greek language and culture thrive. Parent evenings play a vital role in strengthening this community spirit by showcasing cultural activities, celebrations, and events planned throughout the school year. They provide a platform for parents to actively participate in preserving and promoting Greek traditions, ensuring that our cultural heritage is passed down to the next generation.

Feedback and Continuous Improvement

Feedback from parents is invaluable to us. Parent evenings allow us to listen to your perspectives, concerns, and suggestions. Your input helps us tailor our educational approach to better meet the needs of our students and families. Together, we can identify opportunities for improvement and innovation, ensuring that the Greek School of Ayia Triada Birmingham continues to provide a high-quality educational experience.

Parents Evenings 

At GSAT we hold regular parents evenings

At the Greek School of Ayia Triada Birmingham, we understand the crucial role that parental involvement plays in a child's education. One of the key avenues through which we foster this collaboration is our regular Parent Evenings. These events are not just meetings; they are essential opportunities for us to strengthen the partnership between educators and parents, ultimately benefiting the holistic development of our students.

Enhancing Communication and Engagement

Parent evenings serve as a dedicated platform for open and transparent communication. They allow parents to gain insights into their child’s academic progress, strengths, and areas for improvement in learning Greek language and culture. By discussing curriculum updates, teaching methodologies, and educational goals, we ensure that parents are well-informed and actively involved in their child’s educational journey.

Supporting Student Success

Effective parental engagement has been shown to positively impact student achievement. When parents understand the learning objectives and expectations, they can provide meaningful support at home, reinforcing what is taught in the classroom. This collaborative approach not only enhances academic outcomes but also fosters a sense of motivation and responsibility in students towards their Greek language studies.

Assessing Progress

We assess progress through regular assessments:

-Baselining assessment when receiving new students

-End of Year Assessments

-Termly quizes and projects

-Vocabulary, Spelling and Reading record

What to expect during a parents evening

For the parents evenings parents should expect to receive the following prior to their appointment:

-Progress report (where there is also feedback area to complete)

-Portfolio of child's work up to the date of the parent's evening

-Spelling books, extended writing books

-Achievement Certificates

-Reading Record

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