One of our Pupil Parent Support Worker’s is Anne Smith, her role within the school partly involves ensuring continued accreditation for the LPPA.
Here's what she has to say about the LPPA:
"We were first awarded the Leading Parent Partnership Award (LPPA) in March 2013. Since then, as a school and staff, we have made numerous improvements to our school. We are were recredentialed in March 2016 and now we are once again working towards our reaccreditation for March 2019."
Here are the objectives that make up the award.
Objective 1: The school demonstrates a commitment to work towards achieving the LPPA
Objective 2: The school makes and implements effective plans to achieve and maintain the LPPA.
Objective 3: The school is a welcoming, communicative and friendly place for parents.
Objective 4: The school promotes the awareness and participation of all groups of parents in supporting their children’s learning and developing their own learning. In addition, the school holds and actively promotes a programme of opportunities and events for joint parent and child participation.
Objective 5: The school provides a good induction for all new parents.
Objective 6: The school provides parents with relevant and user-friendly guidance and information to help them to support their children’s learning.
Objective 7: The school produces and implements parent-friendly policies to establish effective home-school links and to improve children’s attendance, punctuality, progress and positive participation in school.
Objective 8: The school provides good support for all parents as their children move through or leave the school
Objective 9: The school summarises its achievements against the LPPA Objectives and outlines its future plans.
More information, including an FAQ, can be obtained from the Leading Parent Partnership Award website
As of the 17th of March 2016, Moor Hey School has been reaccredited with the LPPA for a further 3 years. The reassessment report can be viewed here.