Our Family Workers; Sharon Downey and Sam Fletcher are continuing to develop links between home and school. A range of support and advice can be given to parents and carers which can be used to help to build up their own skills, whilst other sessions allow you to support the educational needs of your children.
Please feel free to drop in, or if you prefer, timetabled appointments are available for anyone who wishes to discuss issues in a confidential environment.
What activities will you be able to attend?
There are a range of activities and sessions throughout the week and the Term. You are welcome to attend any that are of interest to you and your family. Please speak to the family workers, or use the following links for more information:
Please click the activity titles below to see more information about the activities we are offering at the moment.
Parent Teacher Association
Wednesday mornings - 9.00am-10.00am
We hold weekly sessions in the family room for the Meads PTA to plan, organise and prepare events for the coming year. Our summer fete is fast approaching, if you're able to help please pop in.
The main function of our PTA is to support the school by raising as much money as we can to enhance, enrich and improve learning experiences for the children. The PTA also provides those little extras that make school memorable such as 'Breakfast with Santa'.
You do not have to be on the committee to join us, everyone is welcome! So come along any time you can to lend a hand!
Please click the course titles below to see more information about courses we are offering at the moment.
There are no courses available at the moment
What are the benefits of my child being involved?
- Increased confidence as a learner.
- Children of pre-school age can spend quality time with mum/dad/carer at school.
- Easier transition into school / getting to know others.
- Improve skills.
- Develop social skill .
What are the benefits for me being involved?
- Involvement as a partner in your child’s education.
- Family learning sessions raising awareness about how children learn.
- Workshops to develop our own skills.
- Getting to know your school community.
How can I contact the Family workers?
Come along to the Family Room where regular ‘Drop in’ sessions take place, or leave a message at the school office for Sharon or Sam, who will then contact you.
Family Workers are working to make families
"safe, healthy and successful in Luton"