Parent Voice Group Relaunched by Kidderminster School

Good school parent communication is a high priority for any school, with the pandemic making communication even harder due to the need for remote teaching and parent teacher consultation sessions.

Now that parents can once again attend school events Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre in Kidderminster is relaunching its Parent Voice group aimed at helping improve communication between home and school. A co-educational all-through Free School for students aged 4 to 18 years, parents are encouraged to sign up and join to ensure all year groups have representation.

Headteacher, Mrs Pamela Leek-Wright said: “Prior to lockdown Holy Trinity had an established Parent Voice group whose purpose was to improve communication between school and home, offering another means by which parents could raise collective issues.

“During lockdown, the group had to be suspended, so it is very exciting to once again relaunch and invite our parents, new and old, to sign up and get involved.”

A progressive school always seeking new ways in which they can improve positive student experience, parents are encouraged to put their names forward as the school is keen to gain their unique parent perspective.

Added Mrs Leek-Wright: “Whilst the original intent of Parent Voice was to improve communication, we are also keen to hear any ideas on how, as a group, Parent Voice can evolve.”