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Mount Stuart Parent Council


Mount Stuart Parent Council

At Mount Stuart we believe it’s important that parental views are carefully considered. As a result, we would like to establish a Mount Stuart Parent Council.

Aims and objectives of our Parent Council:

  • To work in partnership with the School in creating a welcoming environment that is inclusive for all members of its diverse community
  • The Parent Council will help to create an environment where all parents know that their views matter, and where they feel confident and comfortable putting them forward.
  • To promote partnership between the School, its learners and all its families
  • To develop and engage in activities which support the education and welfare of the learners, including providing or assisting in the provision of facilities to enhance education at the School
  • To identify and represent the views of parents on the education provided by the school and other matters affecting the education and welfare of the pupils.


The membership of the Parent Council will be made up of a parent from each class. Parents who

wish to represent their child’s class can put their name forward by completing the online form by

Friday 3rd November. A randomizer will be used to choose a parent to represent each class and Parents will be informed of the Parent who will represent each class, on Friday 10th November.


The Parent Council will meet every half term in school with members of the Senior Leadership

team. All Parent Council members will be given a school email so parents in the class they

represent, can email them their suggestion/views to be discussed at the half termly Parent Council



Code of Conduct

We expect parents, carers and visitors to:

  • Respect the vision and values of our school
  • Understand that both teachers and parents need to work together for the benefit of their children.
  • Demonstrate that all members of the school community should be treated with respect and therefore set a good example in their own speech and behaviour.
  • Approach the school to help resolve any issues of concern.
  • Avoid getting involved in individual matters relating to children or staff in the school.

If a Parent Council member acts in a way that is considered by other members to undermine the objectives of the Parent Council, their membership of the Parent Council shall be terminated if the majority of parent members agree. Termination of membership will be confirmed in writing to the member.



Class Parent Council Representatives 2023-2024








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Class 14

Evelyn Lamah





Parent Council Cost of Living Support

If a parent is a student studying in Cardiff with no access to public funds, they should apply for Pupil Development Grant (Previously School Uniform Grant) (,  which includes free school meals