Partnership with Parents
At St Mary’s, we are committed to working in close partnership with parents to ensure they are happy with their child's education and progress. We believe it is important that parents are involved in their child's education and we actively encourage parental involvement in the school, wherever possible.
We communicate with parents through a regular text alert system, informing parents of upcoming events and assemblies at the school. We also send home regular newsletters and have established a Parent Forum which meets regularly to discuss and share ideas, views and suggestions for improvements.
As part of the LPPA scheme, we aim to continue to develop and improve communication with parents and the community, support parents and children to extend their learning through parents’ courses etc and to encourage a greater input and more involvement of parents in school life.
We have set up a Parent’s Forum which meets every half term. We welcome your views, ideas and opinions. If you have any suggestions you would like to be discussed during the meeting then feel free to pop your ideas into our suggestion box in the main reception area.
At St Mary’s Primary School we are committed to listening and responding to the views and opinions of our parents. We now hold regular Parent Forum meetings which take place every half term. The Parent Forum is a platform for parents to express their suggestions and ideas for improvements. We are committed to working closely with parents to ensure they are completely satisfied with their child's education and feel that their views and opinions are listened to and acted upon. You will receive an invitation 2 weeks before the Parent Forum.
The next Parents' Forum meeting is Tuesday 3rd May @ 3:30pm in Miss Quinn’s classroom.