Parent voice group
What we do
The Parent Voice Group (PVG) is made up of up to two parent representatives for each class. Representatives would serve for an academic year.
Being a representative is an important role, giving you a chance to shape the children's school experience. The PVG representative’s role is to bring to the meeting any general areas that have been raised by other parents of the class for whom s/he is the representative. Common themes will be taken back to the leadership team.
The group will focus on social and academic issues specific to our school. They will also provide an opportunity for the school to seek parental response to any new developments. We might also, for example, express our appreciation of parental help and involvement, and parents might tell us what things they like, what is going well and areas to develop.
Meetings should last about an hour and a set of agreed minutes would be circulated to all parents and made available below.
Please see the full terms of reference document here.
Meet the representatives
These are your class representatives in this year's parent voice group. We thank you all for volunteering.
Bumblebee class: Mrs J O'Neill and Mrs M Duffett
Butterfly class: Mrs K Blanch and Mrs K Timmons
Apple class: Mrs E Kinnear and Mrs R Piper
Pear class: Dr K Franklin and Mrs Y Beaven
Palm class: Ms K O'Brien
Cherry class: Mrs S Gilmore
Sycamore class: Mrs K Ward and Mrs J Eaton
Maple class: Mrs L Briggs
Lime Class: Mrs C Baines-Dark
Willow class: Mrs M Hamman and Dr J Cioroianu
Elm class: Mrs B Sumsion
Horse chestnut class: Mrs N Hodkinson
Ash class: Mrs M Bleakley and Mrs A Andrews
Oak class: Mrs A Hart
Follow the progress of the PVG
Meetings are chaired by our Chair of Governors.
Agreed minutes will be circulated to all parents and made available here.