It’s really important that we all work together in partnership to make sure we get the best outcomes for our children and young people. To do this it requires trust, commitment and respect. This section looks at ways of building effective relationships.
Working Together in Partnership
To make sure we get the best outcomes for your child, it’s really important that we all work together. Read more about the different partners who may be involved in your child’s education.
Developing Effective Partnerships
Effective partnerships require commitment, trust and respect from all partners. Learn more about effective partnership working and how this helps your child to get the most from their education.
Roles and Responsibilities
All partners have an important role to play in helping your child or young person to reach their full potential. Find out about the different roles and responsibilities of each partner.
The Partnership Process
We know that involving parents in their children’s education has real benefits for everyone. Learn more about how we aim to support and involve you in the partnership process.
Clear communication between partners is an essential aspect of effective partnership working. Read advice about overcoming obstacles and removing potential barriers to communication.
Working with Teachers
Good relationships between parents and teachers ensure that children receive appropriate support at school. Find out more about the key components of these relationships.
Parent Partnership Services provide support and advice to parents whose children have Additional Learning Needs. Information and advice is provided by a dedicated team who provide accurate and neutral information.