The Role of Parents
We recognise the important role that parents play in their child’s development and we work in partnership to ensure that your child’s school life is happy and that they thrive academically.
Curriculum evenings, parents’ evenings and drop-in sessions are held throughout the academic year to ensure that parents are kept up-to-date and involved with their child’s learning experience at St Luke's C.E. Primary School. There are various opportunities to see your child perform, whether in a school assembly, production, or music concert, and parents are invited to attend all the sports fixtures we arrange.
We encourage parents to tell us about their children’s experiences outside of school. There is opportunity at the end of the day to chat to staff at pick-up and our Open Door Policy encourages interaction and dialogue, an important part of our collaborative approach. We acknowledge the significance of working with families to ensure that each child is best supported and encouraged to fulfil their potential.
Click here to see the Parent Handbook.
We also facilitate a Parent Council at the school which is a forum focusing on ideas and events and to offer constructive feedback to the school. The Council is an invited group of parents who meet once a term to share these ideas. It has an advisory and consultative role considering issues which may be raised by parents, governors or staff. The minutes from Council meetings are published below.