At Bewdley Primary we recognise the importance of good communication between the school and home, and aim to achieve a two way information flow between parents and teachers. We encourage and welcome parents in the life of our school. We believe it develops a shared understanding between home and school which benefits each child’s education.
We have an excellent relationship with parents and carers of children in our school. We know that parents want school to be a place where they feel welcomed and where any issues will be promptly and effectively addressed. We aim to provide this environment and value all feedback.
Communication between home and school is maintained in a variety of ways. We send texts using Teachers2Parents to send reminders and keep parents up-to-date. Every Friday a school newsletter detailing events and achievements during the past week in school is sent home. It also gives information on future activities.
Every child has a red book where their reading progress is recorded. This includes reading in school and at home. Teachers really find parents comments helpful so please try and write something in the book when you listen to your child read.