Education is always more successful
when a school works with parents and carers. We are always
keen to hear your views. The school holds a Parents' Forum
meeting every half-term, where you can discuss your views with us
over a cup of coffee.
Regular consultation with parents
is really important to us and the Parents' Forum provides a
valuable way for you to communicate and for us to listen to your
ideas and concerns, seek your views and ensure we are meeting the
needs of our pupils.
There is an open invitation to all
parents to attend the Parents' Forum. Meetings will take
place between 5.30pm - 6.30pm.
If you would like to attend a
Parents' Forum, please contact Mrs Nicola Cooke on
0161 445 8053 or email email@example.com -
please request any items/issues that you would like us to add
to the agenda.
2016- 2017 Dates
Wednesday 14th September (Changes to the pupil progress
grading system) 17.30-18.30
Wednesday 23rd November 17.30-18.30
Wednesday 15th March 17.30-18.30
Wednesday 14th June 17.30-18.30
Although not a decision making body, the forum has the
opportunity to influence decisions through an open dialogue. The
agenda items are suggested by parents as well as by the school and
through our meetings, we aim to develop a stronger partnership
with parents by improving communication.
Issues that have been
discussed at the forum include:
- School development planning
- Cost of school trips
- Parents' Evenings
- School policies
- Sex Education
- Homework Policy
- Changes to examinations
Feedback from the Parents' Forum is
included in school letters which are distributed to all
Minutes can be downloaded