Bracknell Parent Carer Forum was set up to make sure the views and concerns of families living with SEND are heard by those who plan and manage SEND in Bracknell Forest. We gather their views and use them when working in co-production with the Local Authority and Frimley ICB. The aim is to make sure that SEND services meet the needs of all SEND children and young people to achieve the best possible futures for all families living with SEND.

Bracknell Parent Carer Forum (PCF): “Working together to achieve the best possible futures for all families living with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)”

Are you interested in becoming a trustee?

Bracknell Parent Carer Forum (PCF) is recruiting trustees to start the journey towards becoming a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO). Being a trustee is a valuable voluntary role, but it does involve responsibilities. 

Our trustees will play a vital role in making sure that Bracknell PCF achieves its core purpose. They will 

– oversee the overall management and administration of the charity

– ensure Bracknell PCF has a clear strategy 

– ensure our work and goals are in line with our vision

– support and challenge the executive team to enable Bracknell PCF to grow and thrive

– work together to achieve the best possible futures for all Bracknell Forest families living with SEND.

Trustees have a collective responsibility. This means that trustees always act as a group and not as individuals. We are currently looking for all members of the Board of Trustees, including a chair and vice-chair.

We are looking for those who have knowledge of the issues affecting families living with SEND. If not, we are looking for people with expertise in HR, finance, grant bidding or strategic planning. We are looking for people willing to bring energy, enthusiasm and commitment to the role, and who will broaden the diversity of thinking of our organisation to move it forwards.

A project to increase SEND children and young people’s accessibility to participating in physical activity in various settings in the community – local sports clubs, dance, holiday clubs, schools and many more! In this session we will be joined by:

We welcome you to this session to gather feedback on what works/doesn’t work in your experience. We will explore barriers to accessing physical activity both in and out of school.

Important message

School Information

(Updated 24 May 2024)

Dear Parents & Carers,

Please ensure that children are dressed appropriately for the weather and have a water bottle with them at school. Thanks for your support on this.

Please find a below a list of dates for the coming term. This list is not definitive and may be subject to change (so make sure you keep an eye out for emails) but should give you a good idea of what’s coming up this term.

3rd June Inset Day (School Closed)

6th June – Y5 Trip to Lego Land

7th June – PTA Ice Cream Fridays begins

12th June – Y4 trip to Blue Reef Aquarium

w/c 17th June Yr 3-5 Assessment

21st June – PTA Non uniform day in return for beverage bottle donation

21st June – Circus Workshops

22nd June – PTA Summer Fair & Circus

26th June -Transition Day

28th June – Whole School Photo

8th July – Year 6 Production (1.30pm)

9th July – Year 6 Production (6-7.30pm)

10th July – Y3 trip to Roald Dahl Museum

11th July – Sports Day

18th July – Year 6 Leavers Party, 6.30-8.30pm

19th July Last Day of Term 2pm finish

You can find term dates for next year on our website.