Friends of Little Ilford School (FLIS)
FLIS is Friends of Little Ilford School. This is the forum for parents to learn about how they can support their child’s learning. Throughout the year there is a programme of after school sessions run by teachers which help parents understand how learning takes place in LIS. We at LIS believe that greater involvement and an improved partnership between the school and parents leads to further success for our students.
At the same time, FLIS provides a forum for parents to express their views, contribute to school initiatives and plan workshops to support and develop parenting skills. FLIS also develops community links and provides opportunities for the community to socialise and learn together.
Below is a list of FLIS meeting dates for the coming year
|T&L, curriculum plan and Assessment||Wednesday 22nd Nov or Wed 6th Dec|
|Headstart||Thursday 1st February|
|Healthy Teens||Thursday 22nd February|
|Prevent||Thursday 7th March|
|Careers and Pathways||Thursday 26th April|
|Cyberbullying and Internet safety||Thursday 28th June|
If you would like any further details, please contact Mr Bansal, Deputy Headteacher, on 0208 928 3515 or email directly on firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to compile an email list so that you get all the relevant information as soon as possible.
The school works with a number of external organisations which enables us to expose our students to a range of activities, interests and experiences (during and outside of school), as well as supporting the families of our students and the wider community:
Little Ilford School is part of the Manor Park Schools Community Partnership which includes many of its partner primary schools.
The aim of the group is to work towards breaking down barriers to learning for the students of Manor Park through system-wide improvements in practice resulting in higher outcomes for our young people. The schools work very hard to improve transition from nursery school through to secondary school. We work together on a range of projects, including the following:
- Teens and Toddlers
- Sporting Events
- Teacher Subject Groups (Maths, English and Science)
- The Commonwealth Youth Choir
Please visit the Sheringham Nursery website which gives general information and news about the nursery school and children’s centre. To view the website click here.
The specific programme of free activities for families with a child under 5 is given on the Children’s Centre homepage. There is a new programme every term.
You can sign up to the website and then you will get notified of news, changes etc.
Little Ilford School is currently working as a partner school with the East London Business Alliance (ELBA), the leading social regeneration charity in east London that facilitates corporate involvement in community organisations, education and employment across the east London boroughs, on their Business Action Groups in Schools (BAGS) Programme. The BAGS Programme, ELBA’s flagship Education Works programme, builds networks between businesses, schools and young people through understanding their needs, skills and knowledge. The programme develops long-term relationships by delivering responsive programmes to engage and enrich performance and futures for all.
Little Ilford School has seen representatives from national and global organisations regularly meeting with the school’s senior leadership team to discuss the school’s long term objectives and how they can support them. As well as supporting students, the BAG also seeks to improve the business efficiency of the school through support of our staff and leadership. Little Ilford School would like to thank ELBA, our BAG members, our staff and our students for making our BAG’s activity such a success.
If you are interested in ELBA’s BAGS Programme, please contact ELBA’s Education Works team : email@example.com
The school is currently offering an English programme for parents/guardians and carers.
Little Ilford School is hosting an English programme for parents on Thursday rom 10am until 12.00pm to help them with their English.
The programme, provided by Newham Family Learning Services, has been set up to build parents’ confidence in supporting their children’s learning and development.
The session is for parents, grandparents and/or carers:
- with low levels of language, literacy and numeracy skills
- with few or no qualifications
- with basic skills needs
- wanting/needing to improve their Literacy/Language/Numeracy skills
- without GCSE English and/or Maths or with GCSE grade C or below
- wanting to gain EL2 - Level 2 in English, Maths or ESOL qualifications
Each session costs £2 and childcare facilities are available for free.
For more information please read the letter, and if you are interested please return the slip and payment to the office.