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Partnership with parents

Nurturing close relationships with parents

Working together

We encourage close contact between parents and staff and keep parents fully informed of their child’s progress. Parents have access to their child’s personal teacher or mentor and there are a number of parent and staff meetings throughout the year. Parents are also encouraged to contact their child’s teacher or mentor at any time and are free to make appointments with the Headmaster, Head of School, Deputy Head, the Student Services Officer for their child’s year, or the Head of Student Services.

We firmly believe that parents who are involved in their child’s learning, and School life in general, not only enhance their own child’s performance but also help to drive whole School improvements. We love our parents to get involved and encourage them to attend sporting fixtures, performing arts and music events and any other School events during the year.

Become part of the Beaulieu Family

We nurture close relationships with parents and invite them to take part in School life and become part of the Beaulieu Family.

Many students are the children of past pupils and we are delighted to invite the next generation into our community. Everyone who has enjoyed involvement with Beaulieu is invited to join The Beaulieu Foundation, our network for past pupils, parents, staff and supporters of the School.

We have an effective Parent Consultative Council, a consultative group that is run by a volunteer body of parents to represent all our parents, with support from Beaulieu. The Council provides a forum for parents to come together, share ideas and present their views to the School. For more information on our Parent Consultative Council please email Natasha Gaudin.

We also have an active PTA. This energetic group runs a busy programme of events and fundraisers during the School year to raise funds to support specific School projects. For more information on our PTA please email Natasha Gaudin.

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