As a parent, of course you want to be fully involved in your child’s learning journey. Although your child’s teacher usually spends most days during term time with them, you know your child better than anyone so your involvement in the educational process is key. Recently, you've probably found yourself more involved with their school work than ever before! Now is your chance to build on and maintain that partnership with the school, this will lead to better outcomes for your child; they will be more keen to learn and achieve better results. The good thing is: your child's teacher wants the same.
Here are our top tips for maintaining a strong home-school partnership:
It's important for parents to remember that you don’t have to know the technical terms or strategies used in school, encouragement and support is enough and can give the children the confidence they need. Working with the school is in your child's best interest.