Do parents know they matter? Engaging all parents in learning by Alma Harris & Janet Goodall
Review of best practice in parental engagement by Goodall et al
Engaging families in learning – A thematic inspection of family learning
This report explores the impact of schools and other settings working with families to improve learning and achievement. It identifies the key features of highly-effective practice in engaging families in learning and provides examples of quality family learning which are helping to secure better outcomes for children and young people.
Education Scotland’s weekly newsletter, specifically for parents and carers, which will support learning at home – Scotland Learns: Parents and Carers Newsletter: https://education.gov.scot/improvement/scotland-learns/a-weekly-newsletter-for-parents-and-carers/
The ‘Engaging parents and families: A toolkit for practitioners’ has been developed by Education Scotland to provide practitioners with a practical resource to help support partnerships with parents and families in all aspects of their children’s learning.
Helping Children Learn – involving non-resident parents in their children’s education
produced by Children in Scotland and Families Need Fathers Scotland