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Parent Voice

Our Parent Voice group is there for parents and carers to discuss, ask questions and support the running of the school. 

The aim of the group is to do exactly what the name suggests- give parents a voice!

 

Our 'constitution' aims to outline the main purpose of the group, whilst giving flexibility to all members. We are always happy to receive comments on this. If what we do looks like something you would like to be involved with, then please pop in to the school office and ask to talk to Mrs Kennedy.

Your voice matters to us and you can make a difference!

PARENT VOICE SUGGESTED ... WE LISTENED AND ...
* A parent fitness club. * Mr Barnett now holds a weekly 'Fitness Friday' session for Parents.
* A wider variety of after-school clubs that were non-sporting *Introduced craft and cookery clubs.
* The area around the equipment outside year 3 be improved. * Had new all-purpose grass installed to make the area safer and more attractive.
* Reception children have access to some after-school clubs. * Opened our Running Club up to all ages.
* We hold a school Talent Show! * Booked a venue to host 'Crestwood Park has Talent!'
*That school reports show clear attainment and progress of children without an overuse of comment banks. * Streamlined our reports to give parents a clearer idea of how their children were doing.

Even though we are unable to invite you in for a parent meeting this term, we still always welcome new ideas and suggestions about ways to enhance our children's experiences.

 

You can always speak directly to Mrs Kennedy. Most days she is out on the playground at the start or the end of the day and is happy to have a chat!

In addition to this, a Parents Voice 'WhatsApp group' is available for you to join.

If this is something you would be interested in joining, please call the school office to confirm a mobile number.

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