Malorees
infant school

Malorees Federation

Malorees Federation

Malorees
Junior School

A PARTNERSHIP APPROACH

Malorees believes in a strong partnership with its parent community.

It is part of the Rights & Responsibilities Charter that every child and parent are asked to commit to when they join our school. 

Rights & Responsibilities guiding parents’ and carers’ relationships with the school community:        ‘Our school community commitment’

Rights

Responsibilities

To your child being part of our school community

To ensure your child attends daily throughout the school term (unless there is good reason eg. illness)

To be treated as valued members of the school community and be given opportunities for active involvement

To respect the values and ethos which underpin all aspects of the school

To be a partner in your child’s learning

To actively participate in supporting your child’s learning

To be treated respectfully

To treat others with respect

To be consulted and informed regarding all issues affecting your child

To attend meetings, keep yourselves informed of all aspects of school life and keep the school informed of any relevant information about your child

To confidentiality

To be discrete and sensitive towards other members of the school community (this includes your signed agreement to particular procedures, eg e-safety)

 

Parent Consultation & Involvement - Parent Forum & Parent Council

The Infant School leadership offers the drop-in Parent Forum meetings every term where any parent can ask questions or give feedback. Any parent can attend and ask a question.

We also have a monthly Parent Council meeting in the Junior School, attended by the Head of School, class reps and the Chair of the PSFA. Every class is represented.

Click here to see members of the Parent Council.

Please contact your class rep if you would like to relay any questions or provide feedback on anything or if you would like to join a meeting. The Council minutes are available to parents from your class rep.

There are also many other formal and informal opportunities to discuss children’s progress and learning opportunities at the two schools. Parent-Teacher meetings are regularly organised and it is also possible to make an appointment to see a teacher outside of these formal occasions. 

This includes social, cultural and fundraising involvement through our two parent charity associations, the PSA and PSFA. You can see pictures of parent community life at the school in our Galleries section. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thriving Stands for:

Teamwork
Health & Happiness
Respect
Individuality
Vibrant Learning
Inspiration
Nurture
Growth & Challenge