Parent Forum

The parent forum is the voice of the parent community of Boughton Heath. Each year group from Reception to Year 6 has parent representatives that attend a half termly meeting with school leadership and members of the Local Governing Board, providing feedback from the parent community upon how Boughton Heath can improve its offer to the children it serves.

The school believes that by working co-operatively with the parent forum, we can collaboratively contribute to improvements in the services delivered for our children via the following channels:

  • Through regular communication with parents and the school to highlight areas for development and deliver constructive feedback
  • Through ensuring a diverse forum membership and representation of the whole school parent community from Reception to Year 6.
  • By promoting a collaborative and harmonious reputation and image of the parent forum and school, which reflects its aims and values.

The parent forum is not an appropriate channel to raise concerns which relate to individual children or families and in this instance forum members will reccommend you direct such concerns to the school directly.

Meetings

Parent forum meetings will be held each half term and will be attended by either Mr Lenton or Mrs Sumnall.

Throughout the year members of the Governing Board will also be invited to attend to hear views from the forum and strengthen ties between the Governing Board and parent community.

If you are interested in representing the Parent Forum, or you have suggestions regarding items to be discussed at the next meeting, please contact Mr Lenton via the school office or see your forum rep.

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Boughton Heath AcademyBeckett's Lane, Chester, CH3 5RW

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By Phone 01244 732000 By Email admin@boughtonheath.cheshire.sch.uk Contact

Mrs Levi and Miss Pearson

Admin Officers

Who We Are

We are proud to be a part of
Cheshire Academies Trust.

Principal | Jon Lenton

Chair of Governors | Kate Lee

SENDCO | Susan Gell