An effective parent partnership is a sure-fire way to support sustained momentum and ensure long-term progress for all children.
This work can often be overlooked due to relationships with parents being seen as “par for course” – but focused strategic planning to support children through working with their parents should not be brushed aside.
In this article, I want to share some ways in which this work can be supported through a whole-school approach and practical strategies. As a leader, it is important first to conduct an audit for what parent partnerships look like in your school. Asking hard questions and holding a mirror to current practices will ensure a more effective action plan going forward.
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