On September 22, 2023, parents and teachers gathered at Dutton Hall for a productive Parent-Teacher Conference. This event, scheduled for a Friday, brought together parents and educators/tutors to discuss and evaluate the various facets of each student’s growth and development.
The conference had a well-structured agenda, focusing on three key areas: academic progress, extracurricular activities, and character development. Parents could gain insight into their child’s academic achievements, receive feedback on their performance, and discuss any concerns or areas needing improvement.
Additionally, the event offered a platform for discussions regarding extracurricular involvement, where tutors highlighted a student’s participation in clubs, sports, or other activities outside the classroom. It emphasized the importance of a well-rounded education.
Character development was another crucial aspect of the conference. Parents and tutors engaged in conversations about a student’s behaviour, attitude, and overall character growth. These discussions aimed to promote good values and morals, creating responsible and respectful individuals.
This conference fostered collaboration, ensuring that both tutors and parents worked together to support the holistic development of each student, making it a pivotal event in the educational journey of the children.