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How to run a virtual parents' evening
If you want to give a virtual parents' evening a try, follow our advice to make sure your event runs smoothly. Plus, see examples from schools that have already hosted one.
Try out a virtual parents' evening
For this academic year, it may be difficult to hold a face-to-face parents evening. Instead of traditional parents' evenings, we're seeing that lots of schools have held them virtually, either via video conferencing or over the phone. Read on to find out what you need to do to make sure the event runs smoothly.
Organise your time slots
How long the event will last: you may need more time than usual to run the event, as parents who'd usually not be that engaged with their child's learning may want to attend to find out how their child
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