At St Anne’s Primary School we recognise that the biggest factor influencing the success of a child is the parents. To help us ensure that we continue to develop effective systems which allow us to seek and listen to the views of parents across the school, we are going to establish a Parent Council to represent the views of the parent body. The aims of the Parent Council are to:
- Represent the views of all parents through year group representatives.
- Report back to all the parents in the school on matters discussed by the Parent Council.
- Support the school in its work with pupils and on matters of school improvement.
- Give parents a stronger voice.
- Develop a partnership between the school and parents/carers in order to support and promote the pupils’ learning.
- Encourage links between the school, parents, pupils, pre-school groups and the wider community.
How to become involved?
Come along to the next meeting which are advertised in the newsletter or contact the school directly. If you are a parent and would like to express your views without attending the meeting please contact Mrs Harkin.