Welcome to Rosecroft Primary School Parent Forum
The Parent Forum is a group of parents who meet once a term to discuss school-related issues and represent the parents in your child’s class.
Regular, open communication and consultation with parents is really important to the school. The Parent Forum provides a valuable way to listen to your ideas and concerns and seek your views, helping to make sure the needs of children and their families are met.
Meetings are led by school staff, usually by the Headteacher or Assistant Headteacher. Meetings are informal and a genuine opportunity for open discussion.
Examples of issues that can be discussed include:
- School development planning
- Parking and safe routes to walk /cycle to school
- Cost of school trips and events
- Parents evenings
- Views on school policies when they are updated e.g. Behaviour Policy
Sharing the information....
Parents are encouraged to share information from Parent Forum with parents of other children in their child’s class. Feedback will also be included in school newsletters which are distributed to all parents, and notes of each meeting will be published on the parent forum page of the school website.
Parents may ask you as a parent representative to raise an issue or make a suggestion on their behalf at Parent Forum.
Please note that all issues, whether you raise them yourself or on behalf of other parents, should be general issues, not related to a specific child or incident.
If you have specific concerns about your child your first point of contact should always be your class teacher.
The agenda for each meeting, notes of the meeting and any related documents will be published on the parent forum page on the school website.
Please do not hesitate in contacting school if you have any further questions.
Deborah Sacksen - Assistant Headteacher
Date of Next Meeting
Agendas and Minutes of Meetings
Agenda 28th Sep 2018
Minutes 28th Sep 2018
Agenda 25th Jan 2019
Minutes 25th Jan 2019
|Agenda 3rd May 2019||
Terms of Reference
Please click on the link below.
Parent Forum's Terms of Reference