Parent power – home/school collaboration

Written on:November 28, 2012
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Report after report concerning young people emphasises the difference well informed parental support can make to a child’s wellbeing and achievements and many recent initiatives are aimed at creating conditions that enable parents/carers and educationalists to operate in harmony and pursue goals which, while not necessarily identical, contribute significantly to children being able to fulfill their potential. This article looks at the 12 interdependent aims for primary education contained in the Cambridge Primary Review and their implications for parents.

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