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Improving links with parents: guidance and case studies

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Last updated on 23 August 2017
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How can we foster links between parents and the school? We look at strategies for improving links with parents, such as setting up a parent teacher association and creating a parent forum. We also look at case studies of how schools have improved their links with parents and the community.

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Contents

  1. 1 DfE: connection with parents is vital
  2. 2 Strategies for improving links with parents
  3. 3 Running a parent forum: case study
  4. 4 Case studies: engaging with parents and the community

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