Parents - Our Invaluable

Parents As Our Invaluable Allies

Partnering towards our aim of shaping young minds

We recognise the value that parents add to the schooling experience of their children when engaged in partnership.

Born out of our belief that experience-based learning is one of the best ways to gain creative problem-solving skills, Student-led Conference is yet another endeavour that gives parents an opportunity to peek into their children’s academic progress.

Parent connect program

inviting parents to the campus to attend

Coffee mornings

We will be present to greet you and answer any questions that you may have. Your feedback is invaluable as we continue to enhance teaching and learning at our school for every student.

Parent connect executive

Addressing each parent visiting the campus and diverting them to the right department accordingly.

Escalation Matrix

We invite you to Radcliffe's Student-Led-Conference, a one-of-a-kind initiative, where you will witness your kids in their extraordinary element as they retrospect their learnings at school.

Invaluable Allies:Parents as partners for
students’ success

We consider parents as invaluable allies towards our aim of shaping young minds. Radcliffe School, Kharghar, acknowledges and recognizes the value that parents can add to the schooling experience of their children when engaged in the partnership. At the outset, we’ve tried to develop a parent partnership program that gives interested parents an opportunity to contribute to their child’s schooling experience.

When a school system values and respects the relationship between a parent and a child and welcomes parents as equal partners in their child’s education, parents and teachers have an opportunity to influence a child to live a positive and fulfilling life.

A positive parent-teacher relationship helps your child feel good about school and be successful in school. It demonstrates to your child that they can trust their teacher because you do.

A true partnership between parents and teachers must develop opportunities for two-way communication. Both must take responsibility to develop positive outcomes for children. Successful family engagement means mutual participation by families and teachers.

BolsteringEncouraging a two way

BolsteringEncouraging a two way

Parents have plenty of opportunities to be involved with children during school hours. They are encouraged to participate in the school activities on a number of occasions and partner the school in developing their child holistically.

There is regular school parent interaction in a number of ways: programme encourages the Parent to be closely involved in the academics and extra curriculars of their child.

  • We hold a Parent Orientation at the start of every academic year

  • There are regular parent-teacher meetings and Open Days at the end of each term, when parents are invited to view their child's work and discuss his/her progress.

  • There are walk-in times at the Primary level and parents are encouraged to make appointments with subject teachers at the senior level.

  • Coffee Mornings/Evenings / Special Assemblies, which parents are welcome to attend and participate in are held periodically through the year.

  • There is a regular communication through monthly newsletters, detailed circulars, children's school diaries, and the website.

  • Finally, the Principal, Academic Coordinators, teachers, and staff are always available, by appointment, to discuss the progress or welfare of the children. (This will all be updated based on actual)

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