Parent's Advisory Group
The Academy has established an Advisory Group which is a body to provide advice, information and support to the Head and Governors. This assistance will enable the Academy to implement its aims and objectives effectively.
What matters most at the Academy is the quality of education available to the young people it serves. It naturally follows, therefore, that all who are able to improve this, such as teachers, students, parents, industrialists and community personnel, should be afforded the opportunity to contribute in a coordinated and effectively managed way. The Advisory Group will be one of the mechanisms in place which helps secure continued improvement.
Additionally, the opportunity of involving members of the Academy and the wider community fits well with the ethos of the school.
The Advisory Group will provide a forum for involving the wider community. Therefore the Head will, where necessary, co-opt members of the local community to the Group to assist in its work.
Aims of the Advisory Group
To advise the Governors, Head and the School Management of ways in which the learning opportunities for the student can be enriched ie.
To advise the Head or relevant Senior Manager on the development of contacts with the community.
To advise the Head or relevant Senior Manager on the community use of the premises.
To organise events to raise funds for the purpose of extending the learning opportunities for students.
To bring to the attention of the Head or relevant Senior Manager any concerns relevant to the development of the Academy or its students.
To advise the Head or relevant Senior Manager on policy formation as is reasonably requested
The constituent groups involved in the life of the Academy should be represented.
||Mr A Lally
||Miss Jo Harvey
Mrs. S. Smith,
Mrs. J. Oldershaw,
Mrs. D. Allen,
Mrs. K. Coley,
Mrs. S. Carter,
Mrs. J. Jones,
Mr. J. Harper,
Mrs J. Thornton,
Mrs F. Bough,
Mrs T. Richardson
||Co-opted by the Head as required
The Parent Advisory Group currently has a full membership, however we are always looking for parents are keen to become involved in the life of the Academy and to help with the organisation of events.
Initial enquiries should be made to the Head’s PA who will record your details.
The PAG members invite any parent who would like to help with any events which the Academy holds and will always welcome new ideas that would benefit the Academy. Please contact Clair Drummond at the Academy on 0121 525 1700. The group is also here to listen to any concerns you may wish to raise.