Case study
Leading Parent Partnership Award
'We are keen to ensure that we demonstrate the best practice in respect of parental engagement. The LPPA provides a good framework/structure against which we can review our current practice'

'As staff we have felt that one of our strengths has been the quality of our relationships with parents and the support that we offer has been a strength of our school'

School Thornton-Cleveleys, Lancashire

Pupils 215

Headteacher Miss J Mason

Accreditation Leading Parent Partnership Award
26 Feb 2019

How would you describe the whole experience from start to finish and achieving the award?

This has been an extremely positive experience. It recognised our considerable strengths and supported the areas we had identified for further development.


How would you recommend this award to a school thinking about undertaking the process?

It provides a really great structure/framework to evaluate how effective parental engagement is and clearly identified areas for development.


Achieving the LPPA celebrates the hard work and commitment of everyone at Manor Beach Primary School and the areas for further development which have been identified will help us to continue this journey.

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