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Parent Partnership

Welcome to the Parent Partnership page. Each term Town Farm offers a number of parent drop-in sessions and workshops covering a range of subject areas. They are well attended and parents suggest themes and topics for future workshops through our evaluations and questionnaires. If you have a suggestion, please let us know.

Parent Workshop Timetable Spring Term 2024:






Led by

17th January

2.45pm – Upper School Hall

Online Safety

To learn how to protect children online and keep them safe.

Mrs Winch & Mrs Shrimpton

31st January

2.45pm – Upper School Hall

KS Working Scientifically

How we teach science at Town Farm and how parents can support their child's learning at home.

Miss Collinge

21st February

2.45pm – Upper School Hall

Behaviour and Restorative Practice

Learn about the new behaviour policy and how we reward good behaviour. also how we help children to resolve conflict so they can make good choices going forward.

Miss Elliott

28th February2.45pm – Upper School HallYear 6 SATsHow to help your child to prepare for their SATs tests. Find out what is involved for the Maths, Reading, SPag and Writing components.Miss Collinge & Miss Taylor
6th March2.45pm – Upper School HallParents' EveningParent and Teacher meet.All Teachers
14th March2.45pm – Upper School HallYear 1 PhonicsHelp to prepare your child for their phonics test by practising the sounds correctly, blending and segmenting. You will also find out about alien words!Mrs McKenzie

Please see below for the parent sessions that have already taken place:

Open Evening November 2023

Home and school are the two most powerful influences on children and only by working together can we ensure children get the best education.


Do please help us by:

- Talking to your child about school work. Show your children that you are interested and want them to do well.

- Seeing that your child comes to school alert, in good time and having had sufficient sleep and breakfast.

- Making sure your child comes to school sensibly dressed without jewellery and wearing the school uniform.

- Encouraging your child to read at home and using the reading record system.

- Ensuring that any spellings or homework are completed.

- Trying to provide your child with a quiet atmosphere to complete any homework.

- Teaching your child to respect the school and its rules and support the school’s Behaviour Policy.

- Ensuring your child does not bring any toys, sweets, money or chewing gum into school.