Parent Council

The Parental Involvement Act made changes to the arrangements for parental representation in all schools. In August 2007.

Parent Councils became the representative body for parents.

What do Parent Councils do?

The role of the Parent Council is to:


•support the school in its work with pupils
•represent the views of all parents
•encourage links between the school, parents, pupils, pre-school groups and the wider community
•report back to all the parents in the school
•support the school and pupils during school inspections.

Our parent council was set up in 2012. We have several parents who attend meetings on a termly basis to discuss issues such as policy, fundraising and children's experiences.

The Parent Council meets once a term at the nursery if you would like to be involved please speak to a member of staff.

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