We positively encourage parents to come into school, to visit, to help or to discuss their concerns. Both parents and teachers want the best for the children in our care. To achieve this we need to have good communication and the opportunity to get to know each other.
We welcome your feedback: if you have any queries, suggestions or concerns please contact the school to make an appointment so that we can discuss them.
Parents can support in school in a variety of ways, for children to read to, to supervise small groups doing an activity initiated by a teacher, for additional supervision on trips out of school, to transport children to and from local events, or, if a parent has a particular expertise, to share that expertise with small groups of children. We also call on volunteers for help with specific tasks, such as helping with the book fair. To comply with county policy, regular parental helpers undergo a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check.
We are very grateful for the willingness and generosity of our parent helpers. For information on how you can help in school please ask at the school office.