I am delighted to say that this week, we managed to conclude our meetings with parents of all three schools. Members of the Three Hares Local Academy Committee (governors) and I, joined with Heads of Schools and representatives from the DMAT and Trustees to share our vision with parents, for the continuing development of each school. Parents welcomed the opportunity to ask questions and receive immediate answers from school leaders.
Together, we have been able to share information about current school improvement plans, as well as our aspirations for some more ambitious projects, known as 'legacy' projects. While school leaders are driving improvement plans on a daily basis, we are also keen to keep our sights on the bigger picture, to ensure that we always aim to achieve the absolute best for our children of the Three Hares. These projects may look different in each of the three schools, depending on the needs and issues arising, while some aims will share common themes.
This year, we have a number of overarching focus areas within all 3 schools.
I am pleased to say that we are well supported by our governors and the DMAT.
Mel Holyoak, our Vice Chair, is driving a fundraising strategy across the three schools and their communities, which it is hoped will support some of the more ambitious projects. Our PTAs are also supporting this work with an Amazon wish list for each school, in addition to their usual excellent fundraising events.
We have been happy to have welcomed a good number of parents to each meeting across the schools and I hope that enabling parents to join us via Teams has been helpful. We look forward to our next occasion.
With very best wishes,
PRIMARY EXECUTIVE PRINCIPALS
The Primary Executive Principals, Elizabeth Underwood, Lisa Paton, Sarah Godbeer and Phil Whittley work with Principals across all of the Trust primary schools to support school improvement.