Parent Council

Dear Parents and Carers,

As we start the new school year I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce you to the Parent Council, to let you know a little about what we do, and the ways you can get involved.

As a Parent Council, our role is to represent the views of all parents and carers on educational matters that affect groups of children, year groups, or the whole school. We want to create an environment where all parents and carers know that their views matter, and where they feel confident and comfortable putting them forward. We aim to have a representative for every year group and are currently looking for a P6 parent or carer to be our P6 representative.

The members of this year’s Parent Council are as follows:

Emma Green – P1 representative

Toni Leggat – P2 representative

Jill Skelton – P3 representative

Jacqueline Chinchen – P4 representative

Mary Ann Gorman – P5 representative

Isla Goldie – P6 representative

Lorna Street – P7 representative


We are currently looking for volunteers to get involved in our Fundraising Group. The way we raise money will probably be a little different this year, and if you have a great idea for a socially distanced fundraising event, we would love to hear from you. We need a minimum of 3 people to get our Fundraising Group up and running. If we can get enough people involved, hopefully volunteers would only need to organise one event in the school year, so please do get in touch if you would like to get involved.

If there are any issues that you would like the Parent Council to take forward for you, or if you would like to get involved in fundraising, please feel free to get in touch with me (via the school email address – schoolmail@uplawmoor.e- or the Parent Council Member for your child’s year group.

Best wishes

Claire McKellar

Parent Council Chair

Check out the video from our Parent Council members.

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