I get a little kick out of Indira’s grammar evaluations – usually always more than good – in both the French as well as the English curriculums.
She is the only child in her class with parents who are neither French nor from any of the usual English-as-the-first-language countries.
So I was particularly chuffed with the 60/60 she made on a fairly long test they had in English grammar before these holidays began. She was, in fact, the only one in her class who got that score.
Noor had a super report too; their class – the moyen section – got their first evaluations of the year and she’s got a green dot (which means skill or concept “well-acquired” as opposed to not, or in the process of) on all the parameters there are in the very detailed, four page report.
Good going, girls!