The School does not have a local governing body. The Board of Trustees of the Hull Collaborative Academy Trust is responsible for all matters relating to governance and the following link to the Trust’s website will provide you with access to information about the Board and individual trustees, as well as documents relating to governance.
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Family and Community Engagement Sessions
Twice per year we host a Family and Community Engagement Session. This is an open invitation event for all families and will have a different focus each time based on school priorities and feedback from stakeholder surveys.
The next session is Monday 13th June 2022 at 2:15.
The focus will be on Reading at Pearson and we have a very special announcement to make.
Feedback from our last meeting.
On Monday 14 February 2022, we were delighted to welcome 19 families to our first family and community engagement event. This focused on what it means to be restorative (building respectful relationships and repairing harm when it is done) and what we do every day to build community – even during lockdown!
Following an introduction by Mrs Clarkson, who praised the strength of the Pearson community, Mr Furbank spoke about our belief in allowing individuals to express their feelings/emotions and the daily opportunities children were given to do this, in a variety of ways depending on age. He explained the restorative questions we use following conflict (What happened? What were you thinking at the time? Who has been affected? What have been your thoughts since? What do you think needs to happen next?) and some of our pupils then demonstrated a restorative circle they had devised themselves.
The event was also attended by Chris Huscroft (our link trustee) and Tanya Cooper, from the Mental Health Team. Tanya informed attendees that a mental health practitioner would be in school for one day per week, to work with individuals and small groups, and support the delivery of assemblies.
After the presentations, families were given the opportunity to provide feedback and ask questions over a drink, and the pupils carried out a brief survey of attendees, the results of which were positive.