We hold parent’s evenings in order to give parents the opportunity to meet with teachers. In addition, we send home two reports a year. We have an open door policy and parents are welcome to make an appointment to see your child’s teacher at a mutually convenient time throughout the school year to discuss the student’s academic and social development. As a result of Covid19, many of our meetings have become virtual and this will continue to be an option even as things return to normal, as our parents value the convenience offered.
All staff have a strong commitment to working in partnership with parents and will ensure they record any notable progress and achievement in your child’s diary so that you can celebrate their success at home!
We are committed to working with parents as partners for their child’s education and engage with them in a range of ways. We have therefore created a Parents Council as a means by which we can do this. The PAC is defined as the Parents Voice in matters concerning the interests and wellbeing of our children.
The council includes volunteer parents and LISM staff. The aims and objectives of the PAC are to support school level decision making and encourage the involvement of other parents through school community activities, voluntary work and parents open evenings. LISM is grateful that parents are willing to donate their time and talents in this way.
What a parent does at home has the greatest impact..