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Positive Parent Partnership

29 January 2015

At BISS Puxi we are very appreciative of the support that our parent body give not only to help with their own child’s learning but also to enhance the wider work of the school. We have many parents who make a weekly commitment to come into school and help with children’s reading or Mandarin, while others will periodically provide valuable help on school trips or with special classroom activities like cooking and sewing.

  • UKS2 Science Evening at BISS Puxi

This week we saw Year 4 parents providing great assistance to the teachers as they helped with display work to celebrate and share the children’s learning, and other parents provided a bar service for the BISS Has Got Talent event in support of our student service project in Tanzania. 

We also encourage  parents to learn alongside their children as was evidenced in our great Year 5-6 Science evening where the parents were just as challenged  as the students (and probably a bit more competitive) in trying to create a device that would allow them to pick up a light object without having any physical contact with the object. 

We do love that parents are so involved and want you to know that your support is welcomed, appreciated, and certainly impactful in creating great learning experiences for our students. If you have any suggestions for how you could become involved, please do contact me and we can explore your ideas, Thanks for all your help.

- Niki Meehan, Head of Primary