Reinvigorating the school with the help of the parents

Parent Voice, Parental Engagement, England
19 September 2018
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The head teacher reviewed the school's mission statement, but brought parents into the process. 

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Parent-friendly culture blooms at Ysgol y Cribarth

Ysgol y Cribarth's PTFA contribute to the school's success and standing in the community. They speak about their one-peak challenge, parent focus group, community tea party and much more besides. 

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Award-winning school brings parents on board

A concerted effort amongst the whole school community has paid off for Our Lady’s Girls' Primary School in Belfast, after Families First NI crowned them Best Primary School in March 2018 at a lavish ceremony at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Belfast.

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From reading projects to safer roads – how one Parent Council makes a big impact

Borestone Parent Council (BPC) is a well-established group who describe themselves as "parents who represent parent views and work in partnership with school staff and the local authority to achieve the best for all pupils."

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School creates long-term parental engagement project

Parental Engagement, England, Secondary
20 June 2017
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Thomas Tallis School in London has a large, ethnically mixed student population. They have embarked on a long-term project to improve the way in which they engage their parent community. They are developing a community framework based around three core principles: connect, communicate, collaborate. 

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