Autumn Term Parent Meetings

I would like to thank the many, many parent/ carers who attended our Autumn Term Parent Consultation Meetings. Since moving to termly Parent Meetings in the Spring of 2016, we have regularly achieved over 95% of parents/ carers attending school to meet with their child’s class teacher to discuss their progress and attainment. Feedback for these regular meetings continues to be extremely positive and, after meeting many parents over the course of the two days the meetings were held (as well as talking to the class teachers) I am extremely pleased to have received such a great deal of positive feedback regarding the educational provision and service we provide at Stanley Crook Primary School.

For the small number of parent/ carers who did not attend meetings on either days, please contact your child’s class teacher via ‘ClassDojo’ or the school office to arrange a convenient date and time in order to review your child’s progress in school.

Our overall success as a school relies heavily on establishing and maintaining positive relationships with all parents/ carers in order that we are able to provide all pupils with the best learning opportunities and experiences so that they can achieve their full potential.

Stanley Crook Primary School is committed to improving outcomes for all pupils.


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