The School is committed to working in partnership with parents in the education of their children, and strives to develop effective two-way communication channels between home and school.
A variety of channels, processes and forums are used in order to keep the School community informed about all areas of School life.
|Examples of Home-School Communication Channels|
|Institutional Website||Student Report Cards|
|Family Portal||Communication Books - Infant|
|Letters and Emails||Student Planner - Junior|
|Opinion Surveys||Talks & Workshops for Parents|
|Parents Committee||Informative Meetings|
|Form Parents - Junior||Final Assemblies|
|Form Parents – Senior||Special Assemblies|
|Parent/Teacher Conferences||Special Activities and Events|
The Parents' Committee (PC) is a group of eight parents whose main role is to liaise between the School’s staff and the parent community.
The elected PC Members for 2018 are:
(Staying) Fernando Crosa, Javier de Haedo, Elena Golubchin, Patricia Márques
(New) Ana Balsa, María Díaz, Javier Piñeyrúa, Carmen Sanguinetti, Francis Raquet
The Parents' Committee is involved in a wide variety of matters concerning the education of the children at The British Schools, such as bullying, nutrition, sports, uniform, and internationalism in the curriculum, security inside and outside of the School, community work, recycling initiatives, and new parents integration.
Anti-Bullying Policy is designed to reinforce the caring community. The policy exists to ensure that all School stakeholders (students, parents, staff and administration) understand what bullying is, and what the community response will be to this undesirable behaviour.