Community & Parent Support
At Coxhoe School, we work very closely with individuals and other groups from the Community. We believe that the local primary school should be the heart of the Village and, in recent years have developed strong links with all aspects of the Community. This enables us to work together as a community and really make a difference.
The school encourages open communication between home and school and issues regular newsletters to parents, via their children, detailing events and particulars concerning school. These events are also communicated through our school website.
May we take this opportunity to thank the people of Coxhoe for the faithful support, interest and encouragement given to the school. We aim to build on the links already established in our community, and, with your help, make our school a place of which we can all be justifiably proud.
We are always grateful to those parents who come in to school and help. Don’t be shy! If you have some time to spare or a particular talent or area of expertise then we would love to hear from you.
Currently parent helpers are involved in supporting children with reading, helping in practical and creative subjects such as cookery, sewing, art, music and design technology. So if you are free, even for an hour a week, come in and speak to Mrs Caygill (Deputy Head) who organises our parent helpers – she would love to hear from you.
Prior to commencing your work in school all helpers will be required to have successfully completed an enhanced DBS check which helps us ensure pupils are safeguarded.
Friends of Coxhoe Primary School
Chairperson: Sarah Heslop
Secretary: Sarah Bell
Treasurer: Joanne Walker
The Friends of Coxhoe Primary School includes parents, carers, grandparents, and members of the community who work tirelessly to support our school. They meet at school in the evening and plan a wide range of fundraising events. They then work closely with the staff to spend funds raised on a variety of different projects including school visits to the pantomine, audio visual equipment, outdoor development, ....the list is endless.
The events themselves are also great fun for the children. The school disco is popular and the Summer Fair is becoming grander each year.
The group welcomes new members with open arms as the list of jobs grows longer. If you would like to be involved please ask at the office.