Family Liaison Officer
My name is Funda Mustafa, and I am the Family Liaison Officer at Bickley Primary School. I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself and explain the role that I have in supporting you and your children during their time at school.
As the Family Liaison Officer, my primary responsibility is to support families in any way that I can. This may involve providing guidance and advice on a range of issues, such as supporting your child’s learning, accessing community resources, or dealing with any concerns you may have. I am here to help you navigate challenges that you may face and ensure that your child receives the best possible support and education.
I also work closely with teachers and other members of the school staff to identify any issues or concerns that may be impacting your child’s education or wellbeing. By working collaboratively, we can ensure that your child receives the support they need to thrive both academically and socially.
In addition to providing support and guidance for families, I am also responsible for organizing various activities and events throughout the school year. These may include workshops, coffee mornings, parent-teacher conferences, and social events, which provide opportunities for families to get involved in school life and build relationships with other members of the school community.
I am here to support you and your family in any way that I can, and I am always available to answer any questions or concerns that you may have.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need any assistance or advice.
I look forward to getting to know you and your children and working together to make their time at Bickley Primary School a happy and successful one.
Family Liaison Officer at Bickley Primary School
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