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WE know that positive parental support and engagement can have a significant impact on a child’s education. Therefore it is so important for us to do all we can to foster effective working relationships with our parents andd families. If parents are as informed as possible, you can support their child through transitions, daily routines, and class work. 

Effective home-school communication can make children feel more confident and valued in school, which can improve attendance. It can also help children to foster a love of learning, which can be further enhanced by support from both their parents and teachers.

Home-school communication also helps teachers to teach better! Understanding more about the child’s home environment, and their needs and interests, can help teachers to tailor their provision accordingly. This might include adaptations to curriculum mapping to encompass a particular child’s interests, alterations to the school’s provision, or targeted interventions. Or it might simply be letting us know about  something that may have happened the nght before that could impact on them the next day at school. 

Effective home-school communication can be particularly vital for children with Special Education Needs and/or Disability (SEND). Parents and carers can work with teachers to relay key information, devise plans, and review actions – doing so will help to ensure that the child receives the best provision possible. 

Finally, effective home-school communication also helps parents to appreciate the wider school curriculum offer, gain a greater perspective of the school’s values and aims, and grasp a strong understanding of the school’s academic program.

In order to promote positive channels of communication, we offer a number of methods which include this website, our twitter feed, regular newsletters and ClassDojo. Of course, we offer traditional forms of communication such as emails, texts and phone calls aswell!


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