Parent involvement is a key feature of BNPS – we focus on connecting learning at home and at school. This collaborative approach results in the development of positive attitudes and educational outcomes for our students.
There are many ways you can become a partner in your child’s education here at Beaumaris North Primary School.
- Attend Meet & Greet opportunites, Parent-Teacher Interviews, Student Led Conferences and Open Classrooms
- Attend Parent Education/Information Sessions
- Attend Parents & Friends and Fathers’ Activity Club meetings and events
- Make appointments as necessary to discuss any concerns
- Assist with Classroom programs, Learning Centre Tasks, Bike Education, Excursions, Fete, School Concert and Working Bees
- Submit comments about your child/ren’s Semester Report
- Read ALL school communication e.g. School Newsletters, Compass News Feed and notes sent home via the Purple Folder
- Familiarise yourself with our staff and their names (see photo board in foyer) and participate in informal opportunities to talk and get to know all school staff
- Reinforce school rules and expectations at home
- Show your child how much you value school and learning
- Encourage and support your child to serve in student leadership positions
- Share your family’s practices relating to culture and values with us
- Notify teachers of any signficant changes that have taken place in your child’s life
- Visit our website regularly, in particular our A-Z index for everything you need to know about BNPS!
- Learn about school policies and practices
- Take advantage of resources offered at the school e.g. Wellbeing Resources
- Attend events and performances such as Carols, Concerts, Fete, Sports Days and Whole school assembly
- Serve on school committees: Parents & Friends, Fathers’ Activity Club, School Council and Fete Committee
- Volunteer (where you can) for Uniform Shop, Head Hunters Program, Sports Days, Canteen and Class Representatives Program
- Respond to school surveys regarding your interests, skills and opinions and providing feedback
- Participate in Social and Fundraising Events
- Provide a talking point to interact with your child by employing the learning strategies in our ‘How You Can Help Your Child at Home brochure‘
- Provide encouragement and praise for your child’s efforts
Please note that anyone wishing to volunteer at BNPS is required to provide a Working with Children Check (WCC).