What is the Parent Council?
Langafel Parent Council consists of a group of parent volunteers who are passionate about enabling parents to become and remain engaged and involved in aspects of school life which are relevant to them. We believe that parents and school working together will improve the learning outcomes and school life for all children.
We have launched the new Parent Council with the small group of committed volunteers, (with one representative per phase), as we were keen to start small and keep initial projects manageable. However, as parent engagement grows and the impact of ‘the parent voice’ on decision making in school becomes clear, it is anticipated that Parent Council could expand to two members per phase or one per year group. We are sure these next few years will be an exciting time for parental involvement in the work of the school and hope you will keep talking with us!
How does Parent Council involve me as a parent?
Parent Council has termly meetings in partnership with a member of the Senior Leadership Team. The meetings have an agenda and are focused on specific areas that the Parent Council are working on. You can have a voice in these meetings via your phase representative, participating in surveys or emailing the Chair of the Council (email@example.com). The points you raise will be heard by the relevant groups in school (Senior Leadership Team, Staff Team or Governors) and may have an impact on School Improvement Planning.
What are the Parent Council working on?
In the Year 2017-18 the Parent Council will be working on communication, how to support learning of boys as well as other areas raised in the year.
What have the Parent Council done?