These provide prompts to help practitioners reflect on their work with parents in order to identify successes and challenges and to note changes they would like to make.
These share examples of how different early childhood settings have built partnerships with parents.
These resources include tip sheets, presentations and templates for parents on how they can support their child’s learning and development at home.
These help practitioners plan for changes in a particular area of their work in building partnerships with parents.
This includes photos from a range of early childhood settings and offers additional ideas about building partnerships with parents.
A notice board informs parents what children do and learn during the day
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Equipment, materials and displays reflect the diversity of families
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Parents are provided with information about the curriculum and about Aistear
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Extended family are encouraged to spend time in the setting
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Families' home culture, background and language are valued and respected
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Information is provided in the home languages of parents
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Leaflets, tip sheets, DVDs and other resources are available for parents
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Materials about children's learning experiences are sent home regularly
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Wall displays explain how experiences provided support learning and development
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Information about how children learn and develop is shared with parents
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Parents are involved in the setting at a pace that suits them
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Parents know their child's key person
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Parents are invited to accompany children on trips and outings
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Examples of children’s experiences are shared with parents when they visit the setting
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Children’s experiences are shared with parents regularly
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Informal and formal opportunities are provided for parents to discuss their child's progress
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