How can parents be involved in their childs learning?
Parents are involved in their child’s learning in many ways;
Attending parents’ evenings and raising achievement days.
Discussing end of year reports.
Helping set targets for learning.
Contacting school if they have a concern.
Helping with homework and coursework.
Signing their child’s planner each week.
Encouraging their child to do personal study (other than homework).
Ensuring homework is completed before going out.
Asking teacher(s) how they could best support at home.
Encouraging reading at home.
Trying to create a suitable set of conditions for doing homework.
Meeting with teacher(s) to discuss behaviour
If appropriate, signing their child’s monitoring or full school report sheet on a daily basis.
Discussing any misbehaviour with their child and supporting the school rules and sanctions
put in place.