Parents as Partners
Children spend approximately a third of the working week in school, the rest of the time being spent with family. It is therefore crucial that school and parents work together for the benefit of children. Parents rightly have high expectations of school and school also needs the full support of parents in supporting learning, through ensuring completion of homework, daily reading, discussions and talking with children as well as ensuring that children benefit from plenty of rest and fun, engaging activities.
Parents and families are always welcome to visit school, during our weekly assemblies, termly open days and parent meetings, by appointment with class teachers, or simply catching them at the end of the day.
Parents are also welcome to volunteer in our school by enrolling as a volunteer and completing safeguarding checks, training and induction.
Our School Nurse, Lyndsey Ellam, will be holding drop in sessions for parents on the last Wednesday of each month, following Christmas. The first session will be on 30th January from 1.30pm in school.
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Digital Parenting Magazine
A link to Ofsted's Parent View Website.
Read Write Inc parent information site.
Walk To School Week October 2012 information.
This link provides more information about stopping smoking and the support that is available.
More information about this awareness day.
This link will take you directly to the admissions page for Liverpool City Council should you wish to apply for a place in our school for September 2018.
Useful advice for schools, parents and pupils.