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the school community – the children and young people it serves, their parents, carers and families, the school’s staff and governing body, and community users of the school’s facilities and services;
the community within which the school is located – the school in its geographical community and the people who live or work in that area. This applies not just to the immediate neighbourhood but also to the city or local authority area within which a school is located
Focus on 2 DCSF defined communities:
The core offer for parents and families: to be in or accessed through all schools by 2010 Community access A varied menu of activities Parenting support Swift and easy access to specialised support services including family learning including adult learning Quality childcare All year round 8am-6pm on site or through local providers including study support Core offer Community access
Ensure that the information you provide to parents is provided in formats and languages that make it accessible for all.
Make use of all the support around advice and guidance that is available locally and across the borough such as the Family Information Service, Lewisham Multi Lingual Advice Service and other community based services
Ensure that your plans for development of Extended Services are coherent with or part of your School Improvement Plan so that staff, pupils and partners are able to commit to a shared ethos and implementation.
Promote the development of a Collaborative plan for ES through your collaborative co-ordinator