Presentation on theme: "Parkhead Primary Parent Council. Parkhead Primary believes that real education for a child comes about as a result of the partnership between home and."— Presentation transcript:
Parkhead Primary Parent Council
Parkhead Primary believes that real education for a child comes about as a result of the partnership between home and school and we now extend to you the opportunity to play a full part in the life of our school and the education of your child.
The Parent Council exists to promote communication between home and school and is an excellent forum for parents to express their hopes and concerns for Parkhead Primary School.
What is a Parent Council? The role of the Parent Council is to: support the school in its work with pupils represent the views of all parents encourage links between the school, parents, pupils, pre-school groups and the wider community report back to all the parents in the school (called the Parent Forum) play a role in the appointment of headteachers and depute headteachers support the school and pupils during school inspections.
Who are We? Lee Anne Steel (Chair) Arron Boyd (Secretary) Mrs Stewart (Head Teacher) Mrs Binnie (Teacher Rep) Michael Forde (Parent Rep) Billy Daly (Parent Rep) Deborah Mack (Parent Rep) Gayle Cunningham (Parent Rep) Rhoda Lawton (Parent Rep) Sandy Potter (Co-opted member) Lorna Graham (Co-opted member)
Could you? Help reading groups Help in the garden Build/support our website Talk to the children about what you do for a living Help on one of our school events Go along on school trips Bring home baking to our Easter Fayre/other fundraisers Help paint our playground
Meetings We meet approx 6-8 times a year. Our meetings are relaxed, informal and interactive. We represent the voice of the parents so it’s really important to hear your feedback