You are here: Home > Parents » Parent Forum
Regular, open communication and consultation is highly valued at Pentrepoeth Primary School. The parent forum aims to represent the views of all parents and to be a voice to inform our school of the needs of children and families. It facilitates communication between parents/carers and staff and governors. The forum works to provide feedback on provision, offer a parent's perspective on current policy and practice and input into decision making and planning for future provision.
This takes place by:
Regular communication with parents/carers
Ensuring a diverse forum membership and representation of views from parents/carers from all backgrounds and sectors of society
The forum is not in place to address specific concerns about an individual child or issues relating to individual members of staff. Parents who need to discuss these issues should approach their class teacher or the Deputy/Headteacher.
To support and promote children's learning
To help the school find out what parents and carers think about important issues
To involve parents and carers actively in school decisions
To make plans that support the ways the school wants to develop and improve outcomes for our children
The parent forum's membership is made up of parents and carers of children attending Pentrepoeth. All parents are welcome to come along but we will aim to ensure two representatives per year group and ideally one for each class. Members of the senior leadership team and a representative of the governing body also attend meetings.
Parent forum meetings are held every half term. The agenda is prepared in advance of the meeting and will be posted below. A typical agenda includes:
Items identified by the governing body and leadership team for discussion
Items identified by parents and carers for discussion
Meetings for 2019 - 2020 are all placed on the Calendar part of the website. All meetings start at 9.00am and 5.30pm.
The Spring 2020 Forum will take place on Tuesday 10th March.
We will be discussing Pupil Reports / Assessment and the New Curriculum.