We value good relationships between home and school. Parent partnership is vital to children’s education and development. All parents are welcome to visit school to discuss their children, their work or any problems that may develop throughout the school year. Please do not hesitate to make an appointment.
Parents will always be consulted whenever there is concern about a child’s work or behaviour. Together we will find a common approach to support the child.
Formal parent’s evenings are held during the autumn and spring terms. This allows parents to see their children’s work, discuss progress and receive children’s personal targets for the term.
Occasional meetings enable parents to learn about and understand educational change and development. We encourage parents to play an active role in school life. You can help in a number of ways, assisting in classrooms, supporting after school groups, accompanying children on educational visits, sharing your own skills with the children, making and repairing equipment and developing the school environment. Many parents are currently volunteers in school and their support is greatly appreciated.
If you have a free morning or afternoon and you would like to become involved in school life then please contact the Headteacher.