February was a busy month at AMS. The 18th—20th was a period to receive parents into school so that there can be useful exchanges about the children.
All parents except one family attended these conferences. The feedback from parents were mostly positive about their children. Most importantly it was good to know that most of our children exhibit similar behaviors at home and in school. These conferences present an opportunity for parents to share any concerns they may have had this term.
A parent in Key Stage I expressed how impressed he was with his toddler who could identify a mosque and Muslims in the city when they were out and about, he said “My child can identify a mosque and Muslims even though we did not teach him” . .