Support for Parents & Carers
We believe that education is a cooperative effort among the home, the school, and the community and our team firmly believe that this cooperative effort can only be effective if all adults who surround a child share the same commitment and focus in helping them to realise and achieve their goals. Therefore, we have created this page as a hub of useful information, resources and links to help you in supporting your child’s academic, social and emotional development.
The information contained here is only the beginning of the resources available to help you support your child. As always, if you have any concerns or require any further support or information, please visit the main office or make an appointment to see your child’s class teacher.
Meet our Pastoral Team
Mrs Anderson (Designated Safeguarding Officer)
Boundary Primary School is committed to ensuring all members of our community are able to deal with life’s challenges. We have a passionate and highly skilled professional Designated Safeguarding Officer, Mrs Anderson. She is available to undertake a broad range of safeguarding and pastoral related duties within the school.
At Boundary, we all have a responsibility to ensure children are safeguarded and that priority is given to the Safeguarding Policy and Procedures in all the work we have undertaken.
Our DSO is available to liaise and work with families to ensure that the pupils’ needs are being met and family issues addressed . She regularly undertakes training, meeting with outside agencies to keep up to date with new and current legislation as well as statutory guidance.
Mrs Anderson also works closely with teaching staff and our Head and Deputy Headteachers. Should you need to contact her, please call into the school office or call (01253) 287250.
Mrs Bradley (Engagement Officer)
Mrs Bradley is the Engagement Officer for Boundary. Her job involves many things, including:
- Signposting organisations and useful websites to prospective, new and existing families of children who attend our school
- Developing links with organisations and services which may support families
- To provide opportunities for families to meet together
- Arranging regular workshops for parents/guardians and other family members
- Meeting with families to discuss specific needs or concerns
- Supporting you and your child in school.
If you have any questions or would like further information please don’t hesitate to contact her at school (01253) 287250.
Lancashire Victim Services continue to provide specialist support for victims of domestic abuse. Anyone affected by domestic abuse can contact the service on 0300 323 0085, use the live chat
www.lancashirevictimservices.org or e-mail
What is the Leading Parent Partnership Award?
The LPPA is a nationally recognised award achievable by schools who work very closely with the families of their pupils and consists of ten evidence-based objectives which schools must meet to attain the award. The assessment is made by an external advisor.
In February 2019 an assessor from The Leading Parent Partnership Award (LPPA) visited our school.
We are proud to announce we achieved this nationally recognised award which looks at how well we work with parents and carers, how welcoming the school is and how we support parents in helping their child. It was a very thorough but rewarding process. The assessor was impressed by how well we communicate and support our families, our induction and transition procedures, and by the fact that LPPA is embedded in the School Development Plan.
Boundary Primary School is proud of its working relationships with parents and carers; we want families to feel comfortable, supported and happy to contact, visit and spend time in school working in partnership with our staff.
Thanks to the parents who gave up their time to speak with the assessor and to our pupils, who, as always, spoke with enthusiasm about their school.