Parent Partnership -Wednesday 13 November 2019
We welcomed a visiting speaker, Vanessa McFarlane, who offered advice to parents about how to safeguard children online and on social media. Vanessa is a Health Improvement Coordinator and works for Nottingham Citycare Partnership. She talked about Social Media, Grooming & Sexual Exploitation, Sharing Images, Staying Safe, Impact on health and offered advice and guidance to parents about supporting their children in their use of social media and the internet. Please see the uploaded presentation – thank you to all parents who attended, we hope you found it useful.
The Parent Partnership is a bi-annual meeting which brings together parents from all year groups and key staff at the school, including curriculum leaders and senior staff. The meetings aim to give parents the opportunity to help discuss school issues and shape policy, take part in discussions about proposed developments and hear about the work of departments and teams across the school. The meetings tend to be loosely based around a ‘theme’ such as ‘Enrichment’, ‘Keeping Young People Safe On-Line’ or ‘How to support with homework’. They are informal meetings, simply allowing parents an opportunity to develop their understanding about how the school operates; parents are encouraged to bring ideas and suggest topics for discussion.