Parent Council

We recognise that the greatest factor influencing the success of a child in school is the parents. To help us ensure that we continue to develop effective systems which allow us to seek and listen to the views of parents across the school and involve parents in decision making processes, we have established a Parent Council to represent the views of the parent body.

The Parent Council is a group of parent volunteers, who aim to represent your views and opinions as a parent of the school.

The Aims of the Parent Council:

  • Represent the view of all parents
  • Report back to parents on matters discussed
  • Support the school in its work with pupils and on matters of school improvement
  • To give parents a voice and increase their active involvement in decision making
  • To develop a partnership to support and promote pupil learning

The Parent Council has:

  • An advisory role – advising the Headteacher on matters of importance to the parent body.
  • A consultative role – a system for consulting parents on matters of school improvement and change.

The year group representatives work collectively as a group, taking the comments and ideas from parents and carers to meetings each half term with the Headteacher. Any action following each meeting will be decided upon by the school’s senior leaders based on a thorough exploration of the issues raised.

Parent Council Representatives

Click on the names below to read an introduction from each representative.

Year Group Representative Year Group Representative
Nursery Sandra Bruce Reception

Leanne Anthony

Year 1

Rachael Youd

Year 2

Caroline White

Leanne Anthony

Year 3

Jo McGuinness


Year 4

Katy Keates

James Randall-Cox

Year 5

Sam Hornsby

Donna Spain

Year 6

Jo McGuinness

Katy Keates

Parent Council Minutes 2018-19

Minutes 13.9.18 Minutes 13.03.19   
Minutes 13.11.18 Minutes 30.04.19  

Date of Next Meeting

Tuesday 9th October at 9am

Contacting the Parent Council

If you find it difficult speaking to your representative during school hours, you can email the Parent Council at:


'The school listens to the views of parents in a way that it did not before.' Parent Survey 2015