Why is this conference relevant?
‘A collaborative educational environment can build a community all working toward one common goal: increasing the students' positive outcomes’ - Classroom, September 2017
More schools are working together as a gateway to improving progress and bettering community cohesion. Different types of school-to-school collaboration can provide a more enriching education, inspire positive change and create enthusiasm for learning in addition to saving resources and money.
In addition, it is widely recognised that constructive parental involvement has a strong impact on a child’s development. When surveyed in 2017 by PTA UK, 98% of teachers agreed that parents and carers were a positive reinforcement in a child’s education.
This event will explore collaboration and parental engagement and deliver solutions to empower your school community and ultimately improve your pupils’ attainment.
What can I expect?
In-depth keynotes with leading experts and a choice of workshops including:
- feasible and creative solutions that support hard-to-reach parents and carers
- communication strategies that work for the whole school
- strategies to build long-standing and amicable collaborations with other schools
- engaging partnership plans that ensure community cohesion.
Who should attend?
- Deputy Headteachers
- Assistant Headteachers
- Parent Support Advisors
- Pastoral Coordinators
- Community Outreach Officers
- Heads of Year
What our previous delegates have said
'Super, very engaging!’ – Deputy Head, Holy Trinity School
‘Practical solutions and ideas for involving parents in the learning process’- Executive Assistant Principal, Priorslee Multi Academy Trust
‘Thoughtful, time to reflect, lots of ideas to explore, meeting colleagues from across the country’- Deputy Head, St Margaret’s COE Primary