Leadership

Involving Parents – Communication Between Schools And Parents Of School-Aged Children

This Estyn report is a short study which reviews how effectively schools communicate and engage with parents of school-aged children and explore parents’ views of the approaches taken by schools.

It is generally recognised that parents who have the confidence to support their children’s learning have a significant impact on pupils’ achievement. Research, suggests that their involvement can have more influence over a child’s education than the quality of the school that they attend. 

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