At Carlton Bolling, we believe that education is a collaborative effort that extends beyond the classroom. We are proud to introduce our initiative called “Partners in Excellence,” which aims to foster strong and meaningful links with families and the wider community.
We understand the importance of a strong partnership between school and home in supporting the holistic development of our students. Through Partners in Excellence, we actively encourage and promote open communication, involvement, and engagement from parents and caregivers. We believe that when families are actively involved in their child’s education, it creates a powerful and positive impact on their academic success and overall well-being.
But our commitment to partnership doesn’t stop there. We also recognize the immense value of building connections with the wider community. By collaborating with local businesses, organizations, and community members, we provide our students with unique learning opportunities and real-life experiences. Through these partnerships, we aim to enrich our curriculum, broaden horizons, and inspire our students to become active, responsible, and compassionate citizens.
Partners in Excellence is not just a name; it is a commitment to creating strong, supportive, and inclusive relationships with our families and the wider community. Together, we can ensure that every child at Carlton Bolling receives the best possible education and is prepared to thrive in an ever-changing world.
What is the Carlton Bolling Parent Forum?
The Parent Forum is a partnership between parents and the school. It is a valuable way to share ideas, views, and concerns and make suggestions for improvement.
The aims of the Parent Forum will be to:
- work together to improve the education provided for our students
- share information, knowledge and skills
- meet in a mutually supportive environment
- further improve communications between parents/carers and staff/trustees
The parent forum does not have any statutory responsibilities, duties or powers in the school.