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Parent Forum- Year 1 Rep' required!
Regular communication and consultation with parents is very important at Wybunbury Delves.
The Parent Forum was introduced in spring 2014 to facilitate two-way communication between parents, staff and governors.
Now in our second term, we are seeking a representative for parents in Year 1. If you are interested please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a Parent Forum?
The Forum provides feedback on provision, offering a parents' perspective on current policy and practice, and inputting into decision making and future planning.
Who takes part in a Parent Forum?
The Parent Forum is made up of a Representative from each Year Group.
What is discussed?]
A Typical Agenda includes:
- Items identified by the Head/Senior Leadership team for discussion (such as free school meals, sports provision etc)
- Items identified by Parents for discussion (such as school trips, collection arrangements, transition to secondary school etc)
How can I be involved?
The opportunity to join the Parent Forum is open to all parents/carers. Each class has a Parent Representative who will consult with the parents from the Year they represent. The feedback is shared in the meeting, and the Forum collectively draws conclusions and recommends actions to the Head and governing body.
Parent Representatives are:
Rachel Coney (parent governor) email@example.com
Any parent/carer of a child can request that an item is added to the agenda by asking a parent representative to bring it to the attention of the chair of committee, or by emailing the school office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The date and topics for discussion in the Autumn meeting will be advised shortly. If you would like to find out more, the minutes from the previous meetings can be found here.
Meeting last no more than 90 minutes, and take place once, occasionally twice, per term. Parents do not take actions away to complete, the meetings are an opportunity for a discussion and an opportunity to provide feedback on a broad range of topics.
If you are a parent from Year 1 that would be interested in joining the group please let us know! You would be most welcome!