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Great Arley


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Leading Parent Partnership Award


Statement of Commitment


Dear Parents and Carers,


As part of the ongoing development of our parent engagement strategy, we are delighted to have been awarded the Leading Parent Partnership Award (LPPA). The award supports us as a school in developing the vital links that exist between us as a school and you, the parents and carers of our pupil.


Good and effective partnerships between a school and the parents and carers of its pupils is vital in improving the achievement of children and that is what we are committed to achieving at Great Arley.


We would always welcome your feedback on anything we do at school in order to improve your experience as a parent or carer with a pupil at Great Arley. We are hopeful that our continuing journey after achieving the LPPA will help us make that experience the best we can for you, with the ultimate aim of giving our pupils the very best opportunities in their education and futures.


Amanda Johnstone

Assistant Headteacher

“Investing in parents for the achievement of our pupils”.

When we have asked for your feedback on a range of issues, here are some examples of how we have responded. Please contact the school office if you have any questions or concerns, or if you have any ideas on how we can improve what we do.

 New Style Reports - more visual information about what students have been learning.


    ParentApp Connect - Combined all apps into one app for easier access.


 Weekly updates on what children have been learning about, shared on EFL.


    Half termly simplified curriculum overview.


 Hybrid approach to consultation events, face-to-face or TEAMs/Telephone calls.


 Longer notice of events taking place in school - termly calendar.


Some social events after school for working parents and carers to attend.

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