What is a committee?
We are a non-profit making charitable organisation managed by a committee and led by highly qualified staff. The committee is made up of parents who ensure the smooth running of the Pre-School. We hold termly meetings for committee members and once per year we hold an Annual General Meeting (AGM) which gives all parents/carers the opportunity to come along as we review the year, elect new members of the committee and review annual accounts.
The following positions and current committee members are:
Why not join our Pre-School Committee?
As a registered charity Red Dragon Pre-School is managed by a committee of parent/carer volunteers. The committee works hand in hand with the Pre-School Supervisor and Staff to ensure the smooth running of the Pre-School.
We hold half-termly meetings to plan fundraising events, check the budget remains on track and ensure that the needs of all children and staff are being met. It is a great way to get to know the staff better and to meet other parents . Not only is being part of the committee a truly valuable role, it is also hugely rewarding and great fun.
It gives you a real insight into what goes on behind the scenes at Pre-School as well as the opportunity to have a genuine impact on your child’s early year’s education. If you would like more information on becoming a committee member please email email@example.com
What Ofsted say about us…
|“The supervisor and staff have high expectations of children’s learning and how they
should behave. Staff are well qualified and continually update their knowledge and skills to
keep abreast of early years requirements. For example, they attend courses, research
online and share their experiences with colleagues. Safeguarding is effective. Staff are well
deployed and there are good adult-to-child ratios. All staff keep up to date with
safeguarding requirements. They supervise children effectively and follow rigorous safety
procedures to help ensure children are safe. Staff routinely review how to recognise
children at risk and how to respond to concerns about children’s welfare.“
|Ofsted Report 2018|