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Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Parent Partnership

As part of our community partnerships, we strive to work alongside our academy families in every way we can. Increased parental participation in school life leads to improved pupil progress, punctuality, attendance and behaviour, and so it is in the interests of our whole academy family to work towards making these relationships as strong as they can be.

On this page, you're able to read out about the existing work we are doing to engage with our parents and carers, and discover upcoming opportunities to get involved in school life.

You said... We did...
It would help to have more notice of events and payments for budgeting and for booking time off to attend events. We have produced a plan of events for the academic year ahead to share with all parents / carers. All events can be seen on the school calendar on the academy website, and details of events are shared with the relevant classes via letters sent on MYCAS. Payments will be set up on MYCAS for all relevant events across the academic year to allow for payments to be made at any time before the cut-off date, either in full, or in instalments.
Before and afterschool childcare offered by the academy, would support parents / carers and pupils. Breakfast club has been offered for some time, allowing pupils to attend from 07:45hrs Mon-Fri during term time. From Monday 12th September 2022, we are providing the offer of afterschool childcare for pupils until 17:30, Mon – Fri during term time.
Subsidising the cost of trips and activities would really help. Our pupils have chosen to spend the last week of every term participating in various fundraising events, and all money received will be used to support activities for pupils.
Pupils would benefit from a wide range of extra-curricular clubs to develop their skills and experiences We have successfully offered pupils the opportunity to attend afterschool clubs, free of charge, and will continue to do so for the next academic year.

New parent and carer meetings

At the end of each term, we are pleased to welcome new families to the academy in to meet with staff and find out more about our academy. This is an opportunity for them to ask any questions they may have and familiarise themselves with academy leaders. Our next 'New parent and carer meeting' will take place on... Monday 17th October 2022.

How can you get involved in academy life?

Our parents and carers are actively encouraged to join in with academy life, and we want to make this as accessible as possible for all.

Two ways in which you can support our academy community and get involved with school life are by:

  1. Joining us on school trips

Thank you to the parents and carers who joined us on Thursday 11th October to visit Fort Amherst. Our pupils had a brilliant experience.

2. Volunteering to support with reading in classrooms

If you are able to support our academy by volunteering your time, please contact our academy office to express your interest and they will help to guide you through the process.