Parents, we’d love you to get involved in various groups and activities in support of your child’s school? You can really help to make a difference.
- Find out how you can participate in the wonderful PTA that brings staff, parents and friends of the school together through a variety of fun social activities and events in support of the school.
- Become a PTA Class Rep. Each year group has a parent who takes on this key role as liaison between the PTA and the rest of the parents in their relevant year group, keeping them informed of the up-and-coming PTA events and enlisting volunteers to help.
- Or perhaps you might like to join the Parent Council – a representative group of parents who provide parental feedback and input to the school improvement process?
We believe that the mental health of our community is incredibly important. Have a look at our Running a Mentally Healthy School page for links, Blogs and information.
For information about the transfer test and secondary school application please see this PowerPoint presentationSecondary Transfer Presentation for Yr 5 2018
Parent Pages: The national directory of services aimed at parents
Parent Link: Practical tips on helping with children’s school work.
DirectGov: The latest and widest range of public service information from the UK government.
SureStart Childcare: Where to find childcare in your area.
Parents’ Resources: Articles written by practising teachers designed to help with the education of your child.
BBC Adult Learning: Lots of information about getting into learning.
BBC Parenting Site: Advice for parents of primary-aged children.
The Parents’ Centre: For all parents and carers who want to help their child or children to learn.
Counselling Directory: Find a counsellor or psychotherapist