There is overwhelming evidence which demonstrates the importance of parental involvement in children’s education for their success at school and in later life. The Pupil and Parent Guarantees set out actions to ensure that parents and other carers are able to play their role as full partners in their child’s learning and wider development.
The Pupil and Parent Guarantees describe the key elements of the schools system. They in large part reflect existing legislative requirements and codify existing expectations of schools.
As well as setting out what schools should do and how parents should support them, the Pupil and Parent Guarantees also explain what pupils and parents can do if they are concerned that they are not receiving something they are entitled to.
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Audience: DCSF, Local Authorities, Parents, Public, School Advisers, Schools
Format: Date issued: January 2010
Function: Consultation Reference: DCSF-00067-2010