Technology Triumphs seeks to provide an ‘open door policy’ in relation to communication between staff and parents.
Teachers working on behalf of Technology Triumphs in a subsidary role will be contacted regularly by the Founder, Pip Rothwell, to ensure that standards of teaching and delivery remain high.
Contact will predominantly be in electonic form due to work constraints and limitations between staff – but responses will be within the same working day. Facebook and E-mail will be the main methods of contact, with reference to individual students being at a minimum in order to comply with GDPR.
Pip will endeavour to meet on a fortnightly basis with each sub teacher, in person, at the Technology Triumphs workshop in order to quality assure teaching in the room and to provide support wherever necessary.
Formal moderation of work for KS4 students will require more formal meetings exclusively for this purpose. These meetings will be set up in advance, to take place at the workshop on a regular basis. Whilst certain times of the year will be scheduled for these meetings – in order to allow flexibility for the learner, these moderations may be subject to change in order to fit in with the pace of the learners.
Between Staff and Parents
An open door policy between parents and staff is actively encouraged.
Parents are welcomed into the workshop at lesson start and end to discuss any concerns they may have.
Parents are also welcome to stay throughout the session (but for safeguarding reasons must not be left unaccompanied by staff)
Parents are able to contact Pip via facebook or technology triumphs email and Pip aims to respond to all correspondence within 24 hours.