Sacred Heart actively promotes partnerships with parents to foster a collaborative and supportive educational environment. We recognise the importance of involving parents in their child’s education and value their role as primary educators.
We have regular communication channels to inform our parents about their child’s progress, school activities, and upcoming events. This can include newsletters, emails, parent-teacher consultations and online platforms where parents can access information and resources.
Additionally, the school encourages parental involvement in school activities and events by inviting parents to volunteer in various capacities, such as assisting in classrooms, organising fundraisers, or participating in school committees. This involvement allows parents to actively contribute to the school community and build relationships with teachers, staff, and other parents.
We also provide opportunities for parents to engage in their own spiritual growth and development. This can include offering parent-focused prayer sessions. By nurturing the spiritual well-being of parents, we aim to strengthen the partnership between home and school in promoting shared values and religious teachings.
Furthermore, we regularly seek input and feedback from parents through surveys, parent drop-ins, or advisory committees. This collaborative approach ensures parents have a voice in shaping school policies, programs, and decision-making processes.
We actively promote partnerships with parents by fostering open communication, encouraging involvement, providing spiritual support, and seeking their input. These partnerships are essential in creating a supportive and enriching educational experience for pupils.