What projects have the LPPA group have been involved in?
The LPPA group was concerned about parking around the school. We invited Mathew Lapidge (Community Support Officer) to give us advice. It was decided that a competition would take place for all children to design a parking slogan. I would like to thank everybody for your entries but congratulations to Jessica Potter (year 5) for the winning slogan. The LPPA group decided they wanted the children to design and make a newsletter, which would include the winning slogan. As a result three Community Support Officers came in and worked with Brooke, Jessica, Jermaine and Leo (year 5), from which a newsletter was created. This newsletter has now been given out to all parents. Please link below to have a look at the children’s hard work and the winning slogan. In addition the fencing around the school was looked at and over the summer a new fence has been placed around the school, which has helped to reduce some of the parking issues. We hope we continue to have your support on this matter to ensure we keep our children safe.
The LPPA group have been looking into ways we can help support communication between parents and school. The group decided that it would be beneficial to have a Home School Communication folder. This would include a section for parents to write any comments and have resources in it to help parents support their child at home. This folder is currently being made and will be given out to all parents before half-term. Please read the following document for more information on how the Home School Communication folder will work. We hope you find it useful.