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Parents’ Participation

We welcome parents into school and positively encourage participation in the life of the school.

Parents are warmly invited to the following events:

  • Parent Drop-ins to view children’s work each half term (usually on the last Thursday of each half-term)
  • Good homework assemblies (held once a term, towards the end of each term)
  • Class Assemblies (1-2 class assemblies per year)
  • Big Write Assembly, held at the end of the day which occurs annually
  • Church services (eg Harvest Service, Christmas Carol Concerts, Easter Service, Leavers Service etc)
  • Nativity Play
  • Joint Year 5 & 6 School Play (end of the Summer Term)
  • Parent Consultations at the end of the Autumn & Spring Term

Dates for these events will be publicised on the School Calendar and the Weekly newsletters that are on the School website and emailed to parents.

Finally, reports are sent out at the end of each term.


Helping in School

Parents (and others!) can help in a number of different ways for as much time or as little as they may have available. Mr Down coordinates all parent helpers within the school along with Mrs Fasching, so if you are interested then please make contact.

  • You can become a member of the Parent Teachers Association (PTA) and get involved with raising funds which are used to enhance the curriculum experience for your children.
  • Reading with children throughout the school
  • Helping in the class with small groups of children or individuals
  • Helping out with more practical art and craft sessions in school

Please note we are committed to safeguarding children in the school and will ask that all parent helpers read the ‘Parent helper policy’ and depending on the type of help you are offering in school may ask you to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check (previously known as a CRB check).

If you would like to become involed in the classroom then please speak to your child’s class teacher, Mrs Fasching or via the School Office.