It has always been a priority of the school to ask for views from parents, particularly when developing new systems. Your views are always very much appreciated and help to influence some of our actions. Mr Irwin and the senior team intend to continue to strengthen the links that we have with parents, and to act on your views when possible. We would like to hear as many views about the school as we can. There are regular meetings for parents and carers to meet with school staff on various issues such as behaviour, rewards, homework, progress and curriculum.
We have an active Parents’ forum which meets regularly with Mr Rough, Assistant Headteacher, and other senior staff.
If you would like to join this group, please contact Mr P Rough.
Minutes of Parents Discussion Group Meetings
Dates of Future Parents’ Group Meetings
The Parent Forum consists of a group of parents who meet every term and give parents the opportunity to meet key staff, listen to topics in relation to your child’s education and ask questions. We believe it is important we work together to build community links through the forum and that parents/carers have the chance to voice their own viewpoints.
Prior to every meeting an agenda is drawn up which allows effective transmission of information and ensures clarity and understanding for all parties.
Parents wishing to raise agenda items or to join the forum as a representative are invited to contact Assistant Headteacher, Mr P Rough.
The next Parent Forum meeting date will be TBC.
For further info please contact Assistant Headteacher, Mr P Rough.
Stockport School greatly values constructive feedback, opinions, and involvement of its parents and students towards the further development of the school. As such, we seek to assess regularly, the opinions of our parents and students via surveys and questionnaires. This is aimed at helping us to improve and develop our provision even further. The school is always responsive to feedback that it receives.
Attached below, are copies of recent surveys and questionnaires, together with any constructive feedback that we have received. In summary, the feedback continues generally to be overwhelmingly positive of Stockport School’s provision and strategy. Our aim is to continue to maintain and build upon this.
Surveys and Questionnaires