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Little Hill Primary School

Little Hill Primary School

Little Hill Primary School

Family Forums

At Little Hill we aim to involve parents as much as possible in the education of their children. Our Family Forums have been  very popular and they have allowed parents to have their say about the way the school supports children with a range of different needs.

"It is very beneficial to meet other parents with SEND children and listen to other's experiences."

"They are really helpful as you can talk openly about everything without the feeling of being judged."

Although the meetings are primarily aimed at parents of pupils with SEND, or additional needs, many interested parents and family members have also been involved and are of course equally welcome.

The meetings allow you to talk to other parents, staff and a range of different professionals. They enable you to find out information and share your views on how things are going. It has been great to have so many parents involved in shaping the school's SEND provision and already changes have been made to how we do things in response to your ideas.

Each forum has a particular area of focus, but there are always opportunities for parents to raise their own questions or discuss ideas in a supportive environment.

We are pleased to announce that our next family forum is on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and will be led by Ian Hall from ADHD solutions. The forum will take place in school on Wednesday 23rd May at 2:30pm.

Thank you to all of those parents who attended our recent family Forum  on 'Dyslexia Friendly Practice'  on the 22nd February 2018. I think we have come away with some positive ideas about how we can develop a school offfer for dyslexia and this will now be shared widely with staff.

Previous family forums

 'Autism Friendly' practice

This was a great  success. You can view the guidelines we created together on the link below.

Look out for events happening in school during Autism Awareness Week in March 2018

'Emotionally Friendly' schools.

Please go to the Mental Health and Wellbeing section of the website to find out about this successful event.

Look out for events happening in 'Child mental health week' in February 2018

'Communication Friendly' schools 

This Forum was all about developing a 'Communication Friendly' school and looked  at all aspects of language and communication needs with parents, staff and relevant professionals.  

Information and Support

Please find below some of the leaflets and advice that have been shared at previous forums and events in school.