At Bristnall Hall Academy we strive to build strong, supportive relationships with parents and carers. This is to ensure that students are fully supported in and out of lessons in order to develop into outstanding citizens and to make exceptional levels of progress in all areas studied.
What is a Leading Parent Partnership Award?
The Leading Partnership Award (LPPA) is a nationally recognised award that schools achieve when they have met ten clear objectives. An external agency assesses and verifies the ten evidence-based objectives before awarding the LPPA to the school.
Bristnall Hall Academy are proud to be hold the Leading Parent Partnership Award in recognition of our continued engagement with our families. This national award is testament to our ongoing commitment to engaging and working with our parents and carers. This has helped us develop whole school strategies that enhance the outcomes of our students and offers long term benefits such as improved pupil attendance and learning behaviour.
Underachieving Boys Parents’ evening
High Potential Information Evening
Year 11 Achievement Evening
We have an established active LPPA group consisting of parents, carers and teachers alike to bring about an understanding between parents and carers and the school to encourage a dialogue between both. They meet on a termly basis in an informal atmosphere with the aim of uniting both sets of stakeholders on how best they can support each other. This will result in the best possible outcomes for the whole of the Bristnall Hall Academy community.
We are always keen to involve parents and carers in our LPPA meetings every term and are always keen to welcome new members. Please contact Mr Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mrs Kaur at the academy if you are interested in joining us and would like further details of dates and times.
Class Charts is an online system which parents and carers can use to be kept fully up to date with the achievement and behaviour of their child throughout the academy day.
Parent and Carer Events
There are several points of contact for parents and carers including parent’s evenings and achievement evenings.
To discuss any issue your child has do not hesitate to contact your child’s Achievement Coordinator.
Year 7: Miss C Brzosko
Year 8: Mr C Brookes
Year 9: Mr J Neadle
Year 10: Miss N Lambert
Year 11: Miss S Samuels
Is your child eligible for free school meals?
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Preparing Students for Life in Modern Britain