What is the Queen’s Hill Parent Forum?
The Parent Forum is a group of parent representatives who meet at least once a term to discuss school-related issues. Regular, open communication and consultation with parents is really important to our school. The Parent Forum provides a valuable way to listen to your ideas and seek your views, helping to make sure the needs of children and their families are met. Meetings are led by Assistant Headteacher usually in the community. Meetings are informal and a genuine opportunity for open discussion.
Sharing the information
Parents are encouraged to share information from Parent Forum with parents of other children in their child’s class. Feedback is also included in school newsletters which are distributed to all parents and published on the website. If you would like a parent representative to raise an issue or make a suggestion on your behalf at Parent Forum please ask them to do so, or send a message using the email below. Issues raised should be constructive.
We appreciate that you may not be able to attend Parent Forum meetings due to work and other commitments. If you have some good ideas for school improvement then please email us. This email will only be checked just prior to a meeting and replies will not be sent. We will add any constructive ideas to our agenda for discussion. If you have specific concerns about your child your first point of contact should always be your class teacher.
Dates of meetings:
We would like to invite parents to come along and join us at our next parent forum on Tuesday 11th December between 2.30 and 3 pm. It’s free to attend, simply join us on the day in the Community Meeting Room.
The Parent Forum is a partnership between parents and the school. It’s a valuable way to share ideas, views, concerns and make suggestions for improvement. The meeting on the 11th December will focus on home learning.
We look forward to seeing you there.