Parents are partners in the learning that CFL explores. They are not mere consumers of a service, nor does the school take a view that the staff have an exclusive understanding of what learning implies. Along with the teachers and students, parents are crucial in creating the ethos of the school.
From the outset, we invite parents to be active participants in the dialogue about the school’s intent and about the challenges that we face in life and relationship. There are meetings every month (a.k.a ‘Sunday meetings‘ usually scheduled for the last Sunday) where parents and teachers discuss these general issues.
Parents are also invited to participate in the life on campus. Parent volunteers work in the kitchen, hold workshops, help with fund-raising and much more.