Ten tips on communicating with parents of students with literacy needs

When Karen Wespieser, DYT’s Head of Operations, was asked to write a back-to-school blog for Ark, she knew exactly what she wanted to say…

Effective two-way communication is one of the five hallmarks of a parent-friendly school. according to home-school cooperation charity, Parentkind. It allows a relationship of trust to develop that is vital in enabling conversations around a child’s learning to be outcome-focused and to reduce the potential for actions to be interpreted negatively or emotionally.

So, what does this look like?

Read the article in full on the Ark blog here.

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