What is The Parent Partnership?
At Mead Primary School, our children are at the centre of everything we do. We value the support and input of our families hugely and place great importance on the collaborative effort between school and home in ensuring our children achieve the best they can.
The Parent Partnership meetings are a valuable way for the school to share information about the way we operate and how we help our children learn and develop. It is also a platform for parents to share ideas and views that may help the school continue to develop and improve.
Terms of Reference
∙ to work together to improve the education and opportunities provided for our children
∙ to share information, knowledge and skills
∙ to meet in a mutually supportive environment
∙ to further improve communications between parent/carers and staff/governors
The Parent Partnership Forum does not have any statutory responsibilities, duties or powers in the school.
Only parents/carers of children currently at Mead Primary School can be members. All parents/carers are eligible for membership. We also extend the opportunity for members of the Govening Body to attend.
Parent Partnership meetings will be informal and held each term. Please email email@example.com if you have any ideas or suggestions that you would like included within a future meeting. All requests will be considered although we cannot guarantee every request will be used.
Minutes of the meetings
These will be published on the Parent Partnership page of the website.
Focus of discussions
Anything related to improving the school and further developing the partnership between the school and parents. Items not open to discussion are concerns or complaints involving individual children, families or members of staff.
Parent Partnership Meetings dates
Due to the ongoing challenge of COVID-19, the planned Autumn 2021 launch of the Parent Partnership was delayed until Spring 2022.
- Spring Term 2022 – Thursday 10th March at 9-15 (Reading and Phonics)
- Summer Term 2022 – Wednesday 18th May at 9-15 (Uniform/Homework)
- Summer 2 – Thursday 30th June at 9-15 (Understanding SEN)