Explore Our Parent Workshop Resources
Dear Parents and Carers,
We're delighted to present the Parent Workshop Resources section on our school website. Whether you've recently participated in our workshops or are discovering this resource for the first time, this space is dedicated to providing you with a valuable collection of materials designed to support your child's education journey.
Our workshops have been a cornerstone of our commitment to parent-school collaboration. They offer insights, tips, and strategies to help you better understand and engage with your child's learning experience. With the Parent Workshop Resources section, we aim to ensure that these valuable insights remain readily accessible to you.
Here, you'll find a treasure trove of information and materials from past workshops. From Reading and Maths to a variety of other important topics, these resources are designed to empower you as a partner in your child's education. We encourage you to explore, learn, and utilise these resources to enrich your child's learning experience.
Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to seeing your active engagement with these materials.
RSHE- Parent/ Carer Consultation Process
Life to the Full" Parent and Carer Consultation Session
During the recent session, we delved into the details of the RSHE (Relationships, Sex, and Health Education) programme tailored for Year 4, Year 5, and Year 6 students. The focus was on critical topics such as understanding differences, respecting our bodies, puberty, changing bodies, and, for Year 6, a more nuanced and scientific exploration of life in the womb and the process of baby-making.
One highlight of the session was the introduction of the "Life to the Full" programme, where we covered the following key points:
Understanding the Why: We provided insights into the rationale behind introducing this programme, underscoring the significance of arming our students with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate crucial aspects of life.
Inspiration: Our goal was to inspire parents and carers by sharing the vision of the "Life to the Full" programme and demonstrating the positive impact it can have on the development of our children.
Understanding the Content: Attendees gained a comprehensive understanding of the programme's content, ensuring awareness of what their children will be learning and discussing in the classroom.
Information Access: We guided parents on where and how to access additional information about the programme's content, resources, and support, fostering a collaborative and informed approach to their children's education.
Consultation: An integral part of the session was providing an opportunity for parents and carers to actively contribute to the discussion surrounding key decisions related to the "Life to the Full" programme. Their input is valued in shaping the educational journey of their children.
In addition to the session, we have incorporated relevant information on the "Life to the Full" programme on the school's website. This resource serves as a hub for parents, offering detailed insights, supplementary materials, and avenues for ongoing support. We encourage you to explore the website to stay informed and engaged in your child's educational experience.