The parent volunteer programme is designed to encourage “lifelong learning” by developing the skill set of our parents and empowering them, whilst also providing valuable support for our children’s learning too. The parent volunteers support all phases of the school by supporting a range of different subjects such as Reading, Writing, Maths and Art. The volunteers provide an additional support to our children in school and are a valuable resource in supporting the progress of our children.
Process to apply for voluntary work:
Contact or Mrs Dawes by phoning the school or writing to us.
The school will invite you in to discuss what skills you can offer, your interests and what experience/skills you want to develop through voluntary work.
The school will organise a DBS check using the relevant documentation to allow you to work with children
Once this has cleared you are able to work voluntary with any year group in school.
At this point you will be invited in by Mrs Dawes who will run through an induction package with you to make sure you are supported in developing your voluntary work and supporting learning.
Parent’s survey results
|1 – My child feels safe at this school|
|2 – My child makes good progress at this school|
|3 – The School meets my child’s particular needs|
|4 – My child is well looked after at this school|
|5 – My child is taught well at this school|
|6 – The school helps my child to develop skills in communication, reading, writing, mathematics|
|7 – This school makes sure its pupils are well behaved|
|8 – My childs lessons are not disrupted by bad behaviour|
|9 – This school deals effectively with bullying|
|10 – The school helps me to support my child’s learning|
|11 – This school responds well to any concerns I raise|
|12 – I receive valuable information from the school about my child’s progress|
Attendance at Firs has really improved this year. Thank you for supporting the school. We would like to remind you not to book holidays during term times. If you require extended holidays, please could you request, in writing, permission from Mr Harris.