Connect Family Engagement Academy
A new online hub for family engagement in children’s learning.
Connect’s Parent/Carer Back at School Survey Report
Most children are happy to be back at school – but there are 6 key asks that must be responded to. https://www.connect.scot/application/files/9316/0552/1005/Connect_Back_at_School_Parent_Carer_Survey_Report_FINAL_2020.pdf
Families with younger children talk about the pandemic and return to early learning/school
Tips for parenting teen boys
Marinate them in stories of good men….
Children and young people in the online world: What’s the problem?
The Stop It Now! resource is a guide for parents whose children have got in trouble online.
Scotland Learns Newsletter for parents and carers
Summer 2020 edition available
Next steps back to school
Connect report on what parents and carers have to say.
‘Don’t just tell us to wash our hands and it will be okay’
Parents are the main source of information but children want to know more than ‘it will be okay’.
Anti-bullying information for parents
Children are spending more time online, respectme have launched tips for parents and carers on how to help and support their child.
Best coronavirus resources for parents
Parenting Across Scotland have considered what families might need just now and put together the best information and resources.
Connect Campaign: Supporting Children and Young People’s Mental Health
There are significant opportunities for parental engagement in mental health programmes in schools, for the benefit of children, young people and their families.
Early Learning and Childcare is Changing
The entitlement to 1140 hours a year of Early Learning and Childcare explained.
#WithAHandFromParentline Children 1st want to raise awareness of what ParentLine offers 365 days a year.
Why does my child have trouble counting?
Counting seems so basic that many people don’t realise how much goes into it.
Empowering parents and carers
A guide to Scotland’s Empowered System, the importance of parents within this system and parents’ rights and responsibilities.