Dear Parents /Carers,
I am writing to introduce you to our Healthy Relationships Programme (HRP) which we deliver in partnership with First Light as part of an integrated service approach to ending Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence. Our service is delivered across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly (CIOS) and it is called Safer Futures. Safer Futures is funded by Safer Cornwall, a partnership of statutory agencies in CIOS. Safer Futures offers a wide range of programmes to children, young people and adults who are affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence (DASV).
At Treviglas Academy I am very keen to ensure that we work with you as a team as ‘active partners’ in your son and daughter’s education. To this end I would ask for your support on a change to our behaviour system that will assist us in providing an excellent all round educational experience.
Dear Parent / Carer
Update – School Funding Issues
I wanted to contact you to provide an update on current issues relating to school funding.
Sadly, I have to confirm that despite intense lobbying of the Government and Department for Education, matters remain extremely challenging. In short, schools are still not being provided with adequate funding and resource to deliver the level of provision and support that is expected and that our families and children deserve.
Three application have been received for the role of Parent Trustee across The Roseland Multi Academy Trust. Please see attached voting details which is open to all parents of children attending a school within the MAT. Forms and envelopes are also available at each school’s reception desk. Please take the time to read through the candidates’ statements and place your vote.
The role of a Parent Trustee Parent Trustees are elected by other parents within the Multi Academy Trust (MAT). Any parent, or carer, of a registered pupil at any of the four schools at the time of election is eligible to stand for election as a parent trustee. Parent trustees may continue to hold office until the end of their term of office (4 years) even if their child leaves the school during this time. Schools must make every reasonable effort to fill parent trustee vacancies through elections, however the MAT’s Articles of Association, do make provision for parent trustees to be appointed where the number of parents standing for election is less than the number of vacancies.
As a parent trustee you hold the unique position of having a parental viewpoint. Through the children you will have firsthand experience of the curriculum and how the school is perceived from the parental point of view. You will be able to bring this perspective to the strategic management of the schools. As a parent trustee you must not vote in a particular way because you have been pressed to do so by parents. Objectivity is essential. You are not there to promote the interests of your own children specifically or to be a spokesperson for other parents’ views. You are representative of the parent body, not a representative for them.