My name is Kelly Robinson. I’m originally from Canada but have lived in the Burnham area for the last five years. I am currently a stay at home mother of two daughters, Madelyn and Casey. Madelyn is in Reception, and I think the best word to describe my attitude about being newly involved in the OLOP school community would be enthusiastic. My background is in secondary education, specifically Religious Studies and English literature, so I am especially keen to get a better understanding of how a primary school works. Keen and excited to meet other parents of our school, I’d ask that you please not hesitate to say hello or to ask me to pass on any of your comments or concerns to the rest of the group of parent representatives.
Year1 - Lisa Nash
I’m Lisa Nash, and I’m mum to two boys - Conor in Year 1 and Kian in Year 4 . I live in Burnham, and I am a freelance educational researcher. I am keen for more parents to be engaged and involved in the school, so would love to hear your views and suggestions. I do the school drop-off and pick-up most days, so if you have any questions or feedback on the school that you would like to discuss, feel free to chat to me in the playground, or send an email to the school office, addressed for my attention. I am the parent representative for Reception and Year 3, but I am happy to take feedback from parents in any year group. I look forward to hearing from you.
YEAR 2 - Frances Murphy
My name is Frances Murphy.
I am a Senior Account Director for a Clinical Research Organisation along with being a mother of four small people, the eldest of whom is in Miss Kearley's year 1 class. I can be easily found if you have any comments you'd like represented at the parent representative meetings, just look for the mum with the twin babies!
YEAR 2 - MRS JASSAR
My name is Parm Jassar and I have just volunteered to be the year 2 representative.
I have 2 children at olop school.
As a parent representative my role is to act as a conduit between parents and the school.
Should you have any issues positive or negative regarding the school and wish to discuss them with me feel free to approach me in the school playground or alternatively pass a note to reception who will ensure it is handed to me.
I’m Lisa Nash, and I’m mum to two boys - Conor in Year 1 and Kian in Year 4. I live in Burnham, and I am a freelance educational researcher. I am keen for more parents to be engaged and involved in the school, so would love to hear your views and suggestions. I do the school drop-off and pick-up most days, so if you have any questions or feedback on the school that you would like to discuss, feel free to chat to me in the playground, or send an email to the school office, addressed for my attention. I am the parent representative for Year 1 and Year 4, but I am happy to take feedback from parents in any year group. I look forward to hearing from you.
VACANCIES - PLEASE CONTACT THE SCHOOL OFFICE IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING A PARENT REPRESENTATIVE
Mrs L Basey
Hi I'm Lorraine Basey, I have three grown up children who all went through OLOP and now my Grandson Louis is in Yr 5.
I worked at OLOP Infant School for 16 years until October 2015. I am currently doing voluntary work on behalf of The Stroke Association I often drop off and pick up Louis when his Mum is at work and am more than happy to be approached in the playground.
I am the Yr5 Parent Representative. I look forward to hearing from you.
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