Parent and Carer Events...
Parent/Carer groups run on a cycle each year. We are responsive to the needs of our families .
If you would like one of our previous groups to run again (or have a suggestion for something new) please let us know!
We will send parents a letter and group call to let you know when the next event is.
March 2020 World book day parents and carers shared stories in class with their children.
December 2019 - Parents attended our Christmas sing and sign concert and took part in the Christmas Fair which was a big success
October 2019 - We held a workshop for parents and school to discuss our RSE policy and programme
October 2019 - We had a session run by carer 4 all who are hoping to run a monthly group in school in January
October 2019 - We celebrated Harvest with a musical version of 'The Enormous Turnip'
We also held a Scarecrow competition which was jointly won by Bear and Tiger class. Well done!
September 2019 - Parent Induction - Thank you to the parents of children who have attended for some time for
sharing their experiences of school
July 2019 - Parent Wellbeing coffee morning
June 2019- Sign Language coffee morning
February 2019- Parents attended a e-safety coffee morning
"Thanks for doing this session I found it really useful" (parent comment) "I'm going to try the apps"
December 2018- Parent signing sessions and sign and sing concerts
November 2018- Shortbreak information session
February 2018 - Family learning event about food with Breanne our Occupational Therapist. Parents said:
"Some fab ideas for home"
"We had a lovely morning watching children listening (and) learning to choose and taste foods"
December 2017 Parents and carers came to see the wonderful pantomimes our children took part in.
November 2017 Our first FLE (Family learning event) was about communication. Twenty parents joined in with a communication session in their child's class and spoke to Ruth Crowe our Speech and Language Therapist to learn more about what they saw.
(Occupational Therapist) about sensory profiles and sensory diets.
Parents said: "I have learned how to calm down my son when he gets stressed"
Ghyll Head Trip
In August 2014 and February 2016 a group of families and staff stayed at the outward bounds centre 'Ghyll Head' in the Lake District. The aims of the trip were to leave Manchester by planning a trip away that presented new challanges and the opportunity to get to know other families from school.