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Case Study: Partnering with parents

The best way to gain a deep knowledge of the child is to work in genuine partnership with parents, as they are experts on their child. Early years practitioners can find out why it is so important to build positive relationships with parents and what ...

Working effectively with parents: A training guide for SEN caseworkers

Explains how special educational need (SEN) caseworkers can communicate effectively with parents, build parental confidence in the SEN system and why this is important. The publication is part of an overall training package which helps local authorities ...

Involving parents and carers

An effective school–family partnership is crucial to children's progress and achievement. Read about the role parents and carers can play and about the long-term benefits of involving them in your interventions. This is part of 'Leading on intervention' ...

Partnerships with parents/carers

Schools can find out why partnerships are important, ideas on how to partner with parents/carers and how partnership can help address poor attendance. A whole-school approach gives every member a role in improving attendance.

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Why parents as partners is important

This information shows you how parents and practitioners share a joint interest in, and responsibility for, children's development and how working in partnership will help children feel more confident and positive about themselves and their learning in ...

Involving parents

Read about how involving parents can help Early Years practitioners support children's writing skills, and how involving fathers can be particularly valuable for boys. This is part of a set of materials that focus on teaching writing to Early Years ...

Involving parents

Find advice and suggestions to help you include parents in their children's education, and learn how this can support young writers. This is part of a set of materials that focus on teaching writing to Early Years children.

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Using APP with parents and carers

We know that parents and carers have a significant impact on the progress their children make.
Where Assessing Pupils’ Progress (APP) is used successfully it will enable the sharing of more specific and timely information about the progress their ...

Working with parents and carers module

An Early Years practitioners’ e-learning course to support evaluating current practice in working in partnership with parents and to provide ideas for activities for improving and developing practice.

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Parents as Partners in Early Learning (PPEL): The international new arrivals project

This case study focuses on Sandwell's international new arrivals' scheme. It includes a background to the project, what was done and next steps. This is part of a case study within 'Parents as Partners'. It supports Positive Relationships in the Early ...