Parent Forum

The parent forum is a body of parents, run by parents with the support of the school, whose purpose is to give parents an opportunity to collectively share ideas and put forward suggestions for school improvement. The Forum meets around 3 times per year, shortly after each half term.

All parents and carers are automatically members of the forum and are welcome to attend in person.   Alternatively, you can email rowan@oddbod.org.uk to feedback/raise questions on any topic relating to school policies or practices by email before each meeting.

Please note the Forum is not a channel for individual complaints, concerns or issues– these should be raised in the usual way through your class/subject teacher or head of year/subject leader.

You are welcome to feedback on any topic relating to school policy and practices.  We are looking for constructive feedback, with suggestions for improvements, new ideas. It also provides and opportunity to highlight things that have worked well.

Suggested Areas Of Discussion

  • Homework
  • Healthy-eating
  • Behaviour
  • Pupil Progress
  • School-home communication
  • After school activities
  • Competitive and inclusive Sports
  • 6th form
  • Website
  • Suggestions for information evenings/ workshop to help parents support their children
  • Any other school topic!
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