Studies have shown that parents who are actively involved in the education of their children can build strong foundations of competent learners. Children can adjust better in school when parents are involved, allowing them to have more positive attitude towards education. Also you will be giving them the message that education is very important and there is a bridge between school and home.
Parents can participate in indoor as well as outdoor activities (such as cooking and sharing books with children), support school events such as field trips. Parents are always welcome to visit their child’s classroom, whether to read a story, carry out an activity or to share something special from their cultural/national background with the children – particularly at celebration and festival times.
Parents are encouraged to maintain an ongoing communication with teachers regarding to their children’s development. During the academic year we offer two parent-teacher meetings. While in the first P-T meetings we give parents an opportunity to tell us about their children and we also discuss the goals we set for children for the coming academic year, in the second meetings we share our formal observations and reports with the parents about their children’s developmental progress.
We can also arrange appointments for our parents when they want to have one on one meeting with our specialist if they have concerns related to their child’s development.
An annual report is presented when your child is being graduated from our school.