Special Needs

Engaging Parents and Capturing Success

Supporting parents and carers to engage in their child’s learning is an important part of providing a rounded education for children. This Child File develops your thinking around parent engagement, and through the reflection at the end, it helps you to consider your current practice in this area and how you could do it better.

Thorney Close Primary, Sunderland: Engaging parents and carers

Context

Thorney Close primary school has 263 pupils on roll, with a higher than average proportion of pupils on SEN Support (16%) and also those eligible for FSM in the last six years (46%).  It was rated good at its last Ofsted inspection in 2018.

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