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|Written by Katy Phillips|
|Tuesday, 12 October 2010 21:00|
Capita Conferences invited Karen and Katy to give a presentation about Fusion at an Engaging Parents conference in London on Wednesday 22nd September.
Capita’s 4th National Parental Engagement in Schools Conference provides a practical guide to improving communication, interaction and collaboration between teachers and parents as a means of enhancing both school and pupil performance.
The Fusion presentation went really well and delegates came to speak to Karen and Katy during the lunch break. They received very positive feedback and look forward to following up interested parties.
In this new political environment in which parents will be expected to play an increasing role in the delivery of education, it is important to take a step back and assess the challenges and barriers to effective engagement between education professionals and parents.
Teachers must determine the most practical strategies to facilitate dialogue and interaction and take the opportunity to learn from one another on how best to make parental engagement a functioning reality in the life of the school.
Through a series of proven approaches and practical case studies, our expert speakers will provide you with a range of tools that can be tailored to help you overcome the challenge of achieving meaningful engagement.
This timely conference addresses key issues including:
• Developing an effective strategy for engagement and maintaining the lines of communication with parents
• Achieving results through a partnership approach between parents and schools
• Improving working relationships between teachers and parents
• Reaching out to parents who are the most difficult to engage
• Promoting a whole family approach to learning Attend this solution-focused event to take away valuable advice and guidance on how to build a sustainable relationship between your school and parents, a key partner in helping you raise educational attainment for all pupils.
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