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Parents as partners in teaching

Ofsted good practice example showing how Trimdon Grange Infant and Nursery School forged excellent relationships with parents and families.

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Trimdon Grange Infant and Nursery School: good practice example

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Trimdon Grange Infant and Nursery School: good practice example

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This good practice example shows how Trimdon Grange Infant and Nursery School has forged excellent relationships with parents and families to strengthen the learning, development and well-being of their children. The headteacher of this school is clear: ‘Parents have a fundamental role to play in their child’s early education … we have a moral responsibility to support them to do this, in a range of accessible and non-threatening ways, to help maximise the most important years of their child’s life.’

This is part of a set of 8 Ofsted good practice examples showcasing good practice in early years to support the report: ‘Teaching and play in the early years – a balancing act?’.