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PARENT PAY

 

School can now collect dinner money payments via the above.   If you require any further information please contact the school office.

Parental Involvement

Parental involvement is an important part of life at Brookfield Park. We aim to develop strong links between school and parents/carers. Parents/carers are encouraged to support their child and are regularly informed of topics, activities and targets.

All parents/carers are expected to sign a home school agreement where you commit to supporting school in enabling your child to reach his/her full potential.

 

 

Parent Helpers/Volunteers

Parents/carers/volunteers are always welcomed into school and we are grateful of anytime that parents/carers/volunteers are prepared to give to work with the pupils at Brookfield Park Primary School. Parent/carers/volunteers may be asked to work in lots of ways helping groups or individual pupils. We always try to discover the strengths of our parents/carers/volunteers and employ their skills usefully to enhance the pupils’ learning.

Please let us know if you would like to become a parent helper in school even if it is only a small amount of time you can give you will always be very welcome. We would also like to hear from you if you have any skills you could offer on an occasional basis e.g. sewing, sporting ability etc. All parents/carers/volunteers who help in school are DBS cleared.

Home School Communication

At Brookfield Park Primary School we feel that communication between home and school is vital and as such offer a number of ways to share information: headteacher’s newsletters, class newsletters, weekly bulletins, text messaging, website, social media, emails, parents’ evenings, end of year school reports. School sends newsletters etc via email and also send home paper copies.

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Appointments with Staff

Any parent/carer wishing to speak to a member of staff is asked to make an appointment via the school office whenever possible as the teaching staff must prioritise the pupils’ learning therefore it is not always convenient to talk to the teachers at the beginning of the school day.

Occasionally it may be necessary for a member of staff to speak to a parent/carer and whenever possible we try to make an appointment with the parent/carer whenever it is convenient.

Parents’/Carers’ Views

We welcome comments and views about our school so please take a few moments to complete the short online questionnaire about our school at www.parentsview.ofsted.gov.uk

 

 

 


 
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