The Tell Them From Me (TTFM) Partners in Learning Parent Survey helps to clarify and strengthen the important relationship between parent and school. Insights into parent and staff communication, activities and practices at home, and parent voice on school’s support of learning and behaviour all build an accurate and timely picture that schools can use for practical improvements.
Build Successful Relations
The Partners in Learning Parent Survey is based primarily on Joyce Epstein’s framework for fostering positive relations between the school and the community. Successful schools foster greater communication with parents, encourage parental involvement in their child’s schoolwork, and enlist parents to volunteer at the school and participate in school governance. The survey also provides feedback to schools about the extent to which parents feel the school supports learning and positive behaviour and promotes a safe and inclusive environment.
The report is available within two school days of closing the survey, and can be exported as a PDF in one click. A summary ‘radar’ chart shows your school’s average scores on a ten-point scale for the eight measures. The report shows a distribution of answers for each measure which allows administrators to target specific factors. For district-wide implementations, a district comparison line can also be generated which provides a ‘dot plot’ chart showing where each school fits in with other schools in their district. Such timely data keeps you in the loop with your wider community, allowing you to build a thriving environment for your students, and one that is aligned with the interests of all stakeholders.
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