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Parents' Forum

Parents' Forum

The Parents’ Forum was introduced at St. Peter’s in February 2011 as we felt it was important for parents to have a platform for their views to be considered.  From the meetings which have been held so far we have made some very positive changes within the school and appreciate all suggestions made.  Please find attached the minutes from the most recent Parents’ Forum meeting which was held on 09/03/2015 at St. Peter’s. To enable this forum to work we are asking parents to attend a meeting each term so that we can work together to further improve St. Peter’s School.

What is a Parents’ Forum?

A Parents’ Forum meeting is an opportunity for parents to get together with the Headteacher to discuss good practice in our school and decide on areas for development and improvement.

Why is this important to St. Peter’s School?

The meetings are an important communication link between parents and school, where ideas can be discussed and developed.

If you have any suggestions you wish to discuss at the meeting, please make a note and return to school so that this may be added to the agenda.  Alternatively, if you are unable to attend, a suggestion box is available for you to comment anonymously in the School Reception area.

Parents' Forum Minutes