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The beginning of term – driving effective parental engagement
Parental engagement has never felt more important than at the start of this term. These easy to implement tips are for schools to use so they can start building that crucial partnership with parents from the beginning of term.
Teacher Tea Break Events
Grab a cup of tea and come along to these half an hour events to get some tips on how to run a successful programme and drive effective parental engagement in your classroom.
Podcast – engaging parents in their children’s learning
Our CEO, Tom Harbour recorded a podcast with maths teacher, author, and TES advisor Craig Barton. In a broad-ranging conversation, Tom and Craig discuss the differences between parental involvement in school versus engagement in learning, changes schools can make to foster parental engagement, barriers for parents, and how schools can support “hard to reach” families.
The importance of parental engagement in every key stage
In this blog post, Amelia, our School Partnership Manager, discusses how important it is for parents to be engaged in their child’s learning in every keystage. This is not always easy so she gives 5 easy to implement top tips for schools to consider.
Podcast – supporting parents and carers to engage with their children’s learning
Our CEO, Tom Harbour recently recorded a podcast with our friends at Tapestry. They discussed why parental engagement is so important, how educators can reduce barriers to engagement for families, and why we need to see education as something that happens everywhere, not just in schools and settings.
Supporting all families to enjoy maths at home
On 10th June we held an event with NRICH. With NRICH’s expertise in maths activities and Learning with Parents’ expertise in creating activities that support all families to engage in learning, we teamed up to showcase our best practice. The workshop included our top tips and key principles to help all the families in your class to have fun exploring maths together at home.