Building Bridges: Strategies for Educators to Forge Positive Parental Partnerships

Building Bridges: Strategies for Educators to Forge Positive Parental Partnerships2024-05-10T16:04:21+00:00

Online Training

“Parental Partnerships in Education” is meticulously crafted to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the importance and impact of parent-school collaboration

The session begins with an exploration of the foundational principles outlined in the UK’s national education policies, including references to the Department for Education’s guidelines that advocate for parental engagement as a key factor in improving educational outcomes.

Course Information

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Couch Session

9.30am – 10.45am 4.00pm – 5.45pm
£59 £59
12th September 2024 13th March 2025

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Course Objectives

Practical strategies for schools to effectively communicate and collaborate with parents, drawing on successful case studies.2024-05-08T20:45:34+00:00
Examination of the legal and ethical considerations, which stress the importance of parental involvement in children’s education2024-05-08T20:53:47+00:00
Introduction to digital tools and platforms that facilitate communication between schools and parents, ensuring transparency and consistent involvement in the educational process2024-05-08T20:54:15+00:00
Identification of common obstacles to parental involvement, including socioeconomic factors, language barriers, and digital divide issues, with a focus on inclusive practices to overcome these challenges2024-05-08T20:54:40+00:00
Develop action plans tailored to their specific contexts, using the SMART goals framework to ensure practicality and measurability2024-05-08T20:55:32+00:00

what the course covers

This training is designed to empower educators and school leaders with strategies and insights for enhancing parental partnerships in education. It focuses on creating collaborative environments that promote student success, aligning with UK national policy and guidance to ensure a cohesive approach to parental engagement in the learning process.

Who is the course for?

This course is for all educational professionals seeking to improve parent engagement, mental health, and family wellbeing. These can include, family liaison officers, family workers, pastoral leads, class teachers, headteachers, early career teachers, SENCOs, teaching assistants, classroom assistants and those working within pastoral roles.

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What our Customers Say

NCB is proud to have awarded the first Optimus Education Wellbeing Award for Schools to Lessness Health Primary School, which under the expert guidance of Kelly Hannaghan and the leadership of Head Teacher Kate O’Connor transformed itself into a nurturing environment with pupils and staff wellbeing at its heart.

Kelly has shown the power of living leadership in a way she cares for all the people around her and for herself. Pupils in her school have learned the importance of core values like bravery, respect, and responsibility.

They have encouraged to express feelings and moods in a constructive and reflective way.

They learn self-management techniques and support each other by electing wellbeing ambassadors in every class. Voices of pupils are central to the wellbeing strategy.

Kelly lives and breathes these values herself.

Her approach to the school and its community is inspiring.

Anna Feuchtwang, The National Children's Bureau
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