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Parent Council

The Role of the Parent Council is to help parents and carers become more actively and effectively involved in their children’s learning.  

Membership

Members of the Parent Council are selected from the Parent Forum. The Parent Forum is the collective name for every parent, carer or guardian of children attending Blairgowrie High School. The Council also has members co-opted from the staff at the school and Perth and Kinross Council,  and meetings are attended by Mrs Bev Leslie Headteacher.

Meetings

Everyone with children at Blairgowrie High School is most welcome to attend the Parent Council meetings. The Agenda is built around you, the children and their experiences at school. Whether you can make the meetings or not we actively invite you to get in touch before the meeting if you have any general issues you would like raised or any help that you might be able to give . If you have an issue at a more personal level then please contact the school directly, they operate an open-door policy and will be eager to help.

A typical meeting starts at 6.15pm and lasts no more than 1½ hours, it includes a short presentation by a member of school staff, updates on fundraising, discussions on the latest developments in the school and school policies, a report from Mrs Leslie, Headteacher and a chance for a cup of coffee and a chat. The meetings are held in the school staff room which is signposted from the main entrance to the school.

which are in draft until approved at the following meeting.

Please click here for minutes which are in draft until approved at the following meeting.

Office Bearers

Dot Brighouse, Chair

John Davidson, Vice Chair

Kay McClement, Secretary, parentcouncilblairhs@gmail.com

Isla Duthie, Co-Treasurer

Ewan Lister, Treasurer

 

Parent Council Constitution