The Parent Council is a group of parents who support the education and welfare of the pupils with teachers, councillors, and members of the community. We represent the views of parents and promote communication. Sometimes we campaign on specific issues affecting the school. The Parent Council is currently working closely with the school and council to help resolve issues with Safe Routes to school, After School Activities and the Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA).
Our next meeting will take place via Zoom on February 21st at 6:30 pm. If you wish to join us, please contact us for the link.
How can I get involved?
We welcome anyone who is the parent or guardian of a child at Victoria Primary school – whatever their skills, interests, and experiences. Members of the community without children at the school can be co-opted.
If you would like to join, or you would just like to find out more before deciding whether or not to join, please speak to a member of the Parent Council or email us at email@example.com
Members of the Parent Council
Mrs Ann Wheeler
Parent Council Chair
Mrs Stacey Panda
Parent Council Secretary
Parent Council Treasurer
Mrs Leslie Dymond
We have created two sub-committees to help in different areas to support the school, one for Fundraising & Events and one for Sports & Activities. Both committees are currently looking for volunteers to help with their efforts to strengthen the school community. Please reach out to us if you are interested in joining.
Other members of the Parent Council
Laura Scott, Sian Bevan, Polly Markham, Foutoula Karampisini, Sarah Gale, Susan Gladwin, Mark Downie, Penny Tokmakidou, Vic Young
Parent Council News
Parking and crossing
To Parents/Carers It has come to our attention that there has been an increase in…Keep reading
20mph Streets Online Survey
Dear parents and carers, Please could you take 5 minutes to complete the ’20mph Streets’…Keep reading
Safe routes to school update
Dear All Ahead of the minutes, there are a couple of matters arising. Safe Routes…Keep reading
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I serve on the Parent Council board?
1. Your child feels a sense of pride to know that his/her parent holds an office.
2. You get to meet and work with wonderful people!
3. You stay updated and informed on what is going on at our school.
4. You can more effectively suggest change at our school.
5. Everyone has different strengths and talents. Everyone has something unique to offer our school and our children!
Can I be a member and work full-time?
Yes! Many of our members hold full or part-time jobs.
Do I have to be a mom to serve on the board?
No! We love to have dads, grandparents, aunts, uncles and anyone who cares about Victoria Primary and the students who attend here.
Does it take a lot of time?
Yes and no–it depends on the position. Some duties can be performed from home and some require your presence at the school. Some positions are seasonal and some require some effort for most of the year. Explore which position would be right for you. The time you donate to actively participate in your child’s school is time well spent. It shows our children that we care about what they do every day.
Constitution and policies
Victoria Primary School Parent Council holds your personal data securely and it will not be shared with anyone else. If you’d like to be taken off the PC Members distribution list then please let us know by email and we’ll remove you. Victoria Primary Parent Council will only hold personal data for as long as is necessary and will delete data that we no longer require. If you would like to know what personal data we hold for you please get in touch.