How building connections with parents and the broader school community can improve learning outcomes

In a fast-paced working week full of lesson planning, marking, meetings and assessments, the value in building and strengthening connections outside of the classroom can often go overlooked.

Still, without a doubt, at the heart of every successful school is a foundation of strong, positive relationships – whether that be between teachers and their students, or staff and parents. Connections are at the core of teaching, and building connections that matter can take your teaching to another level.

By strengthening relationships within and beyond the classroom, there is a huge reward – from building trust, boosting performance outcomes, improving engagement with lessons, and easing pressure on staff.

Education Strategist, Giancarlo Brotto, explores the value of building connections with parents and broader school communities. 

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