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Research shows that parental involvement in children’s learning is a key factor in improving children’s academic attainment and achievements, as well as their overall behaviour and attendance.
The role of parents during a child’s earliest years is the single biggest influence on their development. Good quality home learning contributes more to children’s intellectual and social development than parental occupation, education or income.
A parent’s attitudes, aspirations and behaviour are all important, as is their ability to:
At Wykeham, we value the contribution that parents make to our school. We believe it is important that parents have an opportunity to be connected to the school in a variety of ways. It is essential for the success of the school that parents are committed to, involved in and supportive of the decisions the school makes.