Pastoral care is the priority at Redhill Primary Academy with new dedicated building

The teaching staff at Redhill Primary Academy in Telford, Shropshire do an incredible job in supporting pupils with their wellbeing, however, space at the popular primary school has been lacking for them to be able to provide this service in a private and quiet area. The Friends of Redhill decided to do something about this and have been fundraising for a dedicated building for pastoral care. Little did they know how vital this would become as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Here, Sarah Thompson, PR Officer for the Friends, explains more about the project…

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Parents Aiding Learning and Support (PALS) provides friendship and advice at Millennium Integrated Primary School

In 2002, PALS was established at Millennium Integrated Primary School, in the tiny hamlet of Lisdoonan, to offer assistance to parents of any child within the school who may require additional support. PALS is run entirely by parents on a voluntary basis. Here, Joanne McGrath tells us more...

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Friends of Hewett Academy, Norwich become fabulous fundraisers to help their school community

If you’re looking for an inspiring story, look no further. A quick browse of the Facebook hashtag #HewettKidsCan brings a sense of pride and admiration to us at Parentkind HQ. Since three mums started Friends of Hewett Academy in Norwich in September 2019, the group has raised over £150,000 through grant fundraising. Here, one of the founding members, Rebecca Atkinson tells us more…

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St Andrew's CE Primary School PTA is on a roll!

Community Involvement, Volunteering
10 June 2020
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When St Andrew’s Primary School in Soham, Cambridgeshire had to close to many students due to the coronavirus pandemic, the PTA started looking for ways to keep everyone connected and decided to take part in the viral toilet roll challenge. PTA Chair Sarah Clayton tells us about the fun they had…

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Rocket Man: How one PTA dad’s hobby is helping to bring the whole school community together

When his son moved from a small nursery to a relatively large primary school last year, Richard Brigg decided that he would like to get involved with the PTA to help the transition. Little did Richard know that his love of engineering would help to inspire so many school children! We spoke to Richard to find out how, and why, he became involved in the PTA and school life…

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