partnership work can positively support assessment processes
The active involvement of parents in the life of the school can help promote a learning community in which pupils can engage positively with school staff and their peers. [ Schools can benefit from developing positive partnerships with parents by involving them in all decisions affecting their children’s education and learning.
Where there is a relationship of mutual trust and respect there can
be effective communication that supports both parents and teachers. The better the information that schools provide to parents, the more they can support their children’s learning and the school. Information that parents share with teachers can assist them in adapting their teaching to suit the learning styles of pupils and take account of any particular issues that there may be. ]
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