What is the parent council?
The role of the Parent Council is to:
- support the school in its work with pupils
- represent the views of all parents
- encourage links between the school, parents, pupils, pre-school groups and the wider community
- report back to the Parent Forum.
Ross High School’s Parent Council was recognised in law from August 2007, and it has an important voice. Have a look at our report from 2020-21 to get an idea of what we do.
The Council meets monthly in the school, normally the last Tuesday of the month, from 7.00pm – 9.00pm to discuss school matters with a view to parental involvement. Parents are welcome to attend and contribute to these meetings, although only parent council members can vote at these events. The Parent Council is bound by a constitution.