Parent Participation Handbook

Parent Participation Handbook
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Format E-Bok
Kopisperre Teknisk DRM
Filformat PDF
Utgivelsesår 2011
Forlag Optimus Education
Språk Engelsk
ISBN 9781907567476
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Om Parent Participation Handbook

"A school's work with parents makes a difference to how it responds to pupils' needs and supports their learning and progress. We propose to consider the quality of a school's work with parents in the judgement on leadership and management." Inspection 2012 - Proposals for inspection arrangements for maintained schools and academies from January 2012 - For consultation, Ofsted, March 2011The recent Schools White Paper, The Importance of Teaching, and the proposed Ofsted inspection framework for 2012 strongly indicate a desire for schools to work more closely with parents, families and the community to build a positive learning environment for all pupils. Working together with parents can help you to achieve the best outcomes for all children at your school. In a time of massive change in the school system and huge pressure on budgets, it is essential for schools to fill rolls. It is therefore vital to provide the school that local parents want. The Parent Participation Handbook is a practical and relevant resource for headteachers, leadership teams and other professionals involved in encouraging parents to participate more fully in school life and ensure that your school reflects the parental demand.The Parent Participation Handbook will support schools to develop a genuine partnership with parents, carers and families so that school staff can work with them to achieve the best outcomes for children and young people and for local communities.


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