Online: Creating Positive Relationships With Parents/carers for Those New to Teaching (for NQT/RQTs)
- 22nd Jun 2021
- Culture & Community, Curriculum
- Leadership, Teaching & Learning, Community
- Lunch Not Included
- Refreshments Not Included
- From £25.00
When parents and schools work in partnership , the outcomes for children improve and everyone’s life becomes so much easier.
3 x 1 hour sessions are designed specifically for those new to teaching but will also prove valuable to anyone still in the early stages of their teaching career who wishes to further develop their relationship with parents/carers. We shall cover:
- The importance of engaging parents with school and their children’s learning
- Understanding why some parents find it harder to engage with the school and how to overcome the challenges
- Getting the relationship ‘ right ‘ from the beginning
- Dealing with ‘difficult ‘ parents
- Engaging all parents in understanding how, at home, to support their children’s learning
- Helping parents understand and support their child’s progress
- Running successful parental consultations
Thank you . Was great to identify different ways of interacting and communicating with parents. Great to share ideas with other nqts.
Gave me lots to think about, especially as regards different family situations.
The content was clear and informative. Really useful ideas on how to communicate with parents and break down barriers.
Colleagues from March 2021
Julie Westrop- Director of A2E2 Edu Ltd and creator of Cafés for All®, the whole school approach to engaging families in supporting learning, co-ordinator of Norfolk’s Family Practitioner Network , Associate Adviser with VNET, consultant /adviser on all aspects of the school/home partnership, involving and engaging parents in learning , community engagement. Former LA Senior School Adviser/S.I.P./Ofsted inspector, LA lead adviser for Family Engagement, Parent Support Adviser Co-ordinator and Literacy Adviser .