The Blueprint for Parent-Friendly Schools gives school leaders and partners a powerful easy-to-use tool to facilitate long lasting improvements in parental participation and support robust evaluations. It is designed to be shaped and adapted by those who use it to ensure it is relevant and easy for all schools to use.
The Blueprint for Parent-Friendly Schools formalises parental participation with a clear, easy to use parental participation framework for action reinforced with three guiding principles and a shared common language. These are the foundations for school leaders to establish or improve existing strategies, leaving school leaders free to adapt different elements to fit their own settings. See resources to support our key drivers for parental participation by clicking on the options below.
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Evidence supporting the Blueprint for Parent-Friendly Schools.
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How you can get involved or use the approach in your school.
Our pilot project in the Doncaster Opportunity Area introduced the Blueprint to 14 primary and seven secondary schools in 2019/2020. The pilot captured the impact of schools adopting our Blueprint on pupil attendance rates in schools with previously high levels of absenteeism.
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