Communicating with Parents
From a child’s first steps into school, we focus on developing a good partnership with her parents. We invite you to visit your child in class each term, as well as meeting with us during our parent consultation weeks. We are happy to chat with you at the end of the day when you collect your daughter, or to converse by telephone or email. We provide regular written feedback on your daughter’s progress, as well as information about what she is learning and activities that you could enjoy with her at home to enhance this. Having strong links with our parents helps us to understand every child well and provide the best support we can to help your child feel happy and confident at school.
We are a busy school and there are many occasions where parents are invited to join us, either at a social event such as Head’s coffee mornings; to watch your child as she performs in a play; takes part in a sports fixture; or as part of our large team of parent helpers.
11 November 2019
In Year 5 the girls are busy creating pop art style self-portraits using sheets of acetate and acrylic paints. Here… https://t.co/CMzQshBpd1
27 April 2018
Judy Rowe, Head of St Albans High School Prep, explores the benefits of introducing girls to STEM subjects from an early age.
20 June 2019
A crowd of more than 1000 people attend the inaugural STAHS Children’s Book Festival in Wheathampstead.