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Part 1: An Inspector
Calls
Part 2: Because we
care!
Part 3: Forums for
consultation
Engaging with Parents and Carers
Brian...
http://tinyurl.com/GovParents
Part 1: An
Inspector Calls
Sleeves rolled
up – where do
we start? Some
key questions…
Governors do
not challenge
effectively in
many schools…
Using	
  RESOURCE	
  2:	
  
• Note	
  the	
  key	
  
characteris8cs	
  of	
  
each	
  inspec8on	
  
outcome	
  
• Where	
 ...
What are your
school’s top 5
parental
concerns?
Short	
  discussion:	
  
• What	
  are	
  YOUR	
  
school’s	
  top	
  5	
  
parental	
  concerns?	
  
• How	
  do	
  you	
...
The 5
questions…
Annual
statement –
Impact of the
Governing Body
Parent View –
what does it say
about your
school?
Using	
  RESOURCE	
  1:	
  
• Do	
  YOUR	
  
percep8ons	
  match	
  
those	
  of	
  Parent	
  
View?	
  
• Are	
  parents’...
Ofsted –
response to
parental
feedback
Not being
dependent on
information
provided by the
Headteacher
Complaints are
information…
KPIs –
Standards &
other Priorities
Taking decisive
action…
Are you
compliant?
Discussion:	
  
• What	
  is	
  the	
  impact	
  
of	
  your	
  GB’s	
  
engagement	
  with	
  
parents?	
  
• Where’s	
  ...
Spin!
Voting with
their feet?
Part 2: Because
we care!
Hard to reach?
Going the extra
mile…
Discussion:	
  
• Who	
  are	
  YOUR	
  
‘hard	
  to	
  reach’	
  
parents?	
  
• What	
  are	
  the	
  
barriers?	
  
• W...
Satisfaction vs
Importance
Measuring our
success
Do we share the
same concerns?
Keep it simple –
newsletters…
What works?
What doesn’t?
What do we
need to know?
Is our tone
right?
Small cost –
high value
Opening the
doors
What are the
barriers?
The scorecard
Transparency –
your school’s
website
The silent
majority
Part 3: Forums
for consultation
Parent Council –
essential?
The Board vs
Parent Council
Link workers
Family learning
Volunteering
What	
  successful	
  
strategies	
  does	
  
YOUR	
  school	
  
employ?	
  
What	
  are	
  YOUR	
  next	
  
steps?	
  
Governors' parental engagement
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This presentation supports training resources designed to engage Governing Boards with parents and carers of school age children.
Governors are encouraged to:
Consider how they engage with parents and carers
Ensure that this engagement is effective
Use meaningful feedback to further improve school’s provision
Ensure that parental views support school’s evaluation and inform its strategic priorities
Consider how to feedback to parents in response to their communications with your school.

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Governors' parental engagement

  1. 1. Part 1: An Inspector Calls Part 2: Because we care! Part 3: Forums for consultation Engaging with Parents and Carers Brian Beal
  2. 2. http://tinyurl.com/GovParents
  3. 3. Part 1: An Inspector Calls
  4. 4. Sleeves rolled up – where do we start? Some key questions…
  5. 5. Governors do not challenge effectively in many schools…
  6. 6. Using  RESOURCE  2:   • Note  the  key   characteris8cs  of   each  inspec8on   outcome   • Where  is  YOUR   school’s  ‘best  fit’?  
  7. 7. What are your school’s top 5 parental concerns?
  8. 8. Short  discussion:   • What  are  YOUR   school’s  top  5   parental  concerns?   • How  do  you  know?  
  9. 9. The 5 questions…
  10. 10. Annual statement – Impact of the Governing Body
  11. 11. Parent View – what does it say about your school?
  12. 12. Using  RESOURCE  1:   • Do  YOUR   percep8ons  match   those  of  Parent   View?   • Are  parents’  views   skewed?   • Are  yours?  
  13. 13. Ofsted – response to parental feedback
  14. 14. Not being dependent on information provided by the Headteacher
  15. 15. Complaints are information…
  16. 16. KPIs – Standards & other Priorities
  17. 17. Taking decisive action…
  18. 18. Are you compliant?
  19. 19. Discussion:   • What  is  the  impact   of  your  GB’s   engagement  with   parents?   • Where’s  YOUR   evidence?  
  20. 20. Spin!
  21. 21. Voting with their feet?
  22. 22. Part 2: Because we care!
  23. 23. Hard to reach?
  24. 24. Going the extra mile…
  25. 25. Discussion:   • Who  are  YOUR   ‘hard  to  reach’   parents?   • What  are  the   barriers?   • What  are  you   doing  about  these?  
  26. 26. Satisfaction vs Importance
  27. 27. Measuring our success
  28. 28. Do we share the same concerns?
  29. 29. Keep it simple – newsletters…
  30. 30. What works? What doesn’t?
  31. 31. What do we need to know?
  32. 32. Is our tone right?
  33. 33. Small cost – high value
  34. 34. Opening the doors
  35. 35. What are the barriers?
  36. 36. The scorecard
  37. 37. Transparency – your school’s website
  38. 38. The silent majority
  39. 39. Part 3: Forums for consultation
  40. 40. Parent Council – essential?
  41. 41. The Board vs Parent Council
  42. 42. Link workers
  43. 43. Family learning
  44. 44. Volunteering
  45. 45. What  successful   strategies  does   YOUR  school   employ?   What  are  YOUR  next   steps?  

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