​​Each year, we ask families to share their perspectives on our school development plan and our school budget and fees. This feedback helps us plan and make decisions for the following school year.

The school development plan is an action plan that outlines how student learning will be improved over time. It communicates to staff, students and parents key actions our school takes to address learning gaps and improve student learning. Each fall, our school updates the school development plan and posts it on our website.

Our school budget helps us meet the goals outlined in our school development plan and provide a quality education to our students. Each spring, our school prepares a school budget for the upcoming school year and sets school fees for some activities and services.

Engaging with staff, parents and students is an important part of school planning. Watch for news stories on our website throughout the year for ways you can get involved. We'll also send information by SchoolMessenger, so make sure you have subscribed to receive our email messages. Another great way to keep informed is by attending our school council meetings.

In addition to news stories, we'll post information about upcoming engagement opportunities on this page. We'll also share feedback gathered through meetings and online surveys.

If you have any questions about this engagement, please contact the principal.

For more information about school planning, please watch the short video School Planning and You.


School Planning Engagement

Feedback taken from School Development and Fees Engagement Meeting & Online Parent Survey on School Priorities and Fees

On Wednesday, February 8, 2023, Patrick Airlie School held our School Council and Community Engagement session regarding planning for the 2023-2024 school year.

In this meeting, we had four parents and council members in attendance, three completed the survey.

Feedback can be viewed here

During February 15 - March 15, 2023 our families had the opportunity to complete school wide survey on school priorities, use of fees etc. This was sent to all parents and we had fourteen participants. 

Feedback can be viewed here

Thank you to all who contributed to this feedback.  

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