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|Subject: UK: Outrage as school starts grading PARENTS on how well they are supporting their kids Sat Dec 03, 2016 1:43 am|| |
|Adults are marked A to D based on how well they are supporting their kids and even get called into the headmistress’ office if they are falling behind.|
Greasley Beauvale Primary School in Nottinghamshire say the controversial move has helped to push up educational standards.
But some furious parents have slammed the concept as “ludicrous” and said teachers should be focusing on their children instead of judging them.
Mums and dads can get marked down if they fail to attend school events - such as parent’s evenings, school plays and other extra curricular activities.
They are put into one of four categories: A, for those who are actively involved and highly supportive; B, parents who work effectively with the school; C, do little to support their child’s learning; and D, for parents who do nothing to support their child’s learning.
One mum-of-one, who did not wish to be named, said: “They’ll have us all wearing dunces hats next. It’s absolutely ludicrous.
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