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Work in partnership SCHOOL AIMS

Independent life-long learners SCHOOL AIMS

Make a positive contribution SCHOOL AIMS

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Parent Council

The Parent Council contains a small number of parent representatives across EYFS, Key Stages 1 and 2; meetings are held half termly. It provides an effective forum in which members of the Senior Management Team and Mrs Webb our LPPA Lead, can consult with representatives of the Parental body. It provides the opportunity for Parents to raise any concerns that they may have.

Aims

Our aim is to meet, share ideas and feedback to the school; give parents a voice and enable them to contribute to school decision-making and help develop a partnership between parents and school.

How to get in touch

You can contact one of the parent representatives listed below who will raise your questions at the next Parent Council meeting. 

 Parent Council Welcome 2021-2022

Rationale

Benefits for parents

Benefits for the school

  • Parents are able to express their views and know that they can make a difference;
  • They develop a sense of ownership;
  • They receive advice about how to support their children’s learning;
  • They learn more about how the school operates.
  • A better understanding of parents’ views and experiences;
  • A way of drawing new and different parents into active involvement;
  • A way of demonstrating that the school is engaging with parents;
  • Improved pupil behaviour and results, as parents have the biggest influence on the success of their children;
  • A chance to work with parents to find solutions to difficulties.

What a Parent Council is…

… and what it is not!

  • a group for parents to work in partnership with the school;
  • a group that is clear about its purpose and decides its own agenda;
  • a group that can advise the school on parental views;
  • a forum through which school can consult parents.
  • a body that makes decisions for the school;
  • a replacement for the governing body;
  • a replacement for other groups such as the Parent Teacher Association;
  • a forum for complaints about individual teachers, pupils or parents.

Parent Council Representatives 2021 - 2022

  Natalie Rossiter
EYFS and KS1 Class KS2 Class
No representative yet NAM Laura Jackson 3D
No representative yet NPM No representative yet 3P
Emma Richards RD No representative yet 3S
Emma Taylor/ Laura Ward-Jones/ Becky Hoult RP No representative yet 4D
No representative yet RS No representative yet 4P
No representative yet 1D No representative yet 4S
Katie Rudge 1P 5D
Mandeep Sagoo 1S Julie Nye 5P
Emma Richards 2D Alec Richmond 5S
No representative yet 2P Mandeep Sagoo 6D
Alex Richmond 2S No representative yet 6P
6S

Date of Next Meeting 2021-2022

Wednesday 24th November 

Meeting Details

Agendas

Minutes

Topics discussed at the meeting

 

PDF icon 29th September 2021

Parent Council introduction Head Teacher 

Leading Parent Partnership Award 

Website - Parents section 

General feedback

 

PDF icon 13th Nov 2019

Communication routes

General feedback

 

PDF icon 25th Sep 2019
PDF icon Road Safety

Objectives for the coming year

Matters raised by Parents

An archive of agendas and minutes for Parent Council meetings prior to the school year 2019 - 2020 is available >>here.