We know that successful learning takes place when we work together with families. This makes partnerships central to our work.
We have a very active Parent, Teacher and Friends Association (PTFA) who work tirelessly to support the school.
Being part of our local community is very important. We feel a responsibility to help children understand the diverse community in which we live. By letting our buildings to outside agencies we become a focal point of life in the community which is so important in developing our school as a learning community.
We work hard to involve parents in the life of school and are committed to developing links between home and school through events such as our science week, family learning programmes, family assemblies and through our constant desire to maintain an open door policy.