How to Create a Parent Friendly School

  • 24th Nov 2022
  • Online
  • Culture & Community, Inclusion
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  • Leadership, Community
  • Free For Partner Schools
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  • Non-members From £80.00
Overview
There is a well-evidenced link between parental participation in a child's education and academic attainment . Schools and parents know however that sometimes it is hard to build bridges between home and school and that many challenges can present themselves. This session explores key areas on which schools could focus to create the partnership and brings together research and best practice to provide a wealth of practical ideas on how this can be achieved.

The online training for middle or senior leaders enables delegates to:

Gain strategies and practical approaches to create a school that is seen by parents as one which truly welcomes and supports all parents to participate in the life of the school , engage in supporting their children's learning and play a significant part in the school's journey of improvement.

About The Course
There is a well-evidenced link between parental participation in a child's education and academic attainment . Schools and parents know however that sometimes it is hard to build bridges between home and school and that many challenges can present themselves. This session explores key areas on which schools could focus to create the partnership and brings together research and best practice to provide a wealth of practical ideas on how this can be achieved.

The online training for middle or senior leaders enables delegates to:

Gain strategies and practical approaches to create a school that is seen by parents as one which truly welcomes and supports all parents to participate in the life of the school , engage in supporting their children's learning and play a significant part in the school's journey of improvement.

About the Programme Leader

Throughout her career as a teacher, senior leader and senior adviser for a local authority, Julie’s work has focused on inspiring , enabling and empowering all parents and schools to work in partnership in order to ensure best outcomes for each child, not only in terms of their academic achievement but also their emotional health and well-being.

She currently provides consultancy , advice and training to schools across the U.K. on how to do this, drawing on a wealth of experience and research in the field of stakeholder engagement and parental support for learning.

Cafés for All®, (A2E2’s ) highly successful whole school approach to parental engagement and support for learning, is now used in 600+ UK schools

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24th Nov 2022
01:00pm - 02:30pm
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£80.00