The elephant in the classroom - how can we ensure working parents are included in education?

Michelle Doyle Wildman
04 January 2016
0     7

With the vast majority of parents now in work - are schools and others doing enough to ensure working parents are positively involved in school life and their child's education? And can working parents do more to help themselves?

Read More

Sell the sizzle not the sausage!

Kate Percy
04 January 2016
1     2

Teaching children about healthy lifestyles can so often stop at the school gates. Getting this message out to the wider school community will have a much greater and sustaining impact.

Read More

Can the national funding formula open the door to opportunity?

Chivonne Preston
26 November 2015
0     1

George Osborne gave his Autumn Statement and spending review yesterday. About three quarters of an hour in, he turned to education and his key and much anticipated announcement on school funding.

Read More

Calling all PTAs - help support social action through your brilliant work #iwill

Emma Hunt
26 November 2015
0     1

Volunteering develops the really important life skills that will equip our children to be responsible, resilient, empathetic, confident and many other things. So what does this have to do with the PTA or PTA UK I hear you ask?

Read More

Maximising the impact of PTAs in secondary schools

Joe Saxton
23 November 2015
1     4

When my kids got to secondary school I realised how the involvement of parents is completely different and so much harder. For a start there is literally and metaphorically no school gate at secondary school.

Read More

Explore the blog

Parentkind uses cookies to improve website functionality and analyse site usage. Click here for details of how to change your settings. By continuing to use this website you agree that we can save them on your device.