Building relationships with parents
- Engaging parents with EAL: strategies Use our practical strategies to engage effectively with parents who have English as an additional language (EAL). Help them become a part of the school community and provide support for them and their children.
- EYFS: home visits Find advice around conducting home visits in the EYFS, as well as examples of policies from other schools.
- Get your community on board with your approach to anti-racism Not all school communities will be eager to talk about racism and racial justice. Find out how you can encourage resistant members of your community to engage with any anti-racism work you’re doing.
- Headteacher's welcome presentation to parents Whether you're a new headteacher or an existing head welcoming new parents, download our template to help you structure your thoughts and make sure you cover everything you need to.
- How to get your school community on board with your policies Get tips on bridging the gap between your school and your community, so you can get buy-in from everyone involved and gain advocates for your policies.
- Parental engagement: guidance and examples Take a look at practical strategies to engage parents with their child's learning and your school community, including examples from different schools and a trust.
- Relationships and sex education (RSE): consultation toolkit If you're updating your RSE curriculum or policy and need to carry out consultations with parents, pupils or staff, use our tips and resources to help you get it done.
- RSE: handling objections from parents Your school's RSE requirements are a sensitive subject, so you might have to field objections from parents. Learn about the most common ones and how to handle them.