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Parent and Community Engagement

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Queensland celebrates its diverse community and recognises the integral role parents and families play as partners in their children’s education. Our state schools play a critical role in supporting this diversity, engaging with the community, and modelling and fostering respectful relationships between learners and all members of the school.

 

This framework outlines five key elements of parent and community engagement to make a positive difference in our students’ education.

1. Communication – Effective communication is an exchange between students, parents, communities and schools that is inclusive and involves information sharing and opportunities to learn from each other.

2. Partnerships with parents – Partnerships between parents, students and schools promote student learning, wellbeing and high expectations for student success.

3. Community collaboration – Relationships between the school and wider community strengthen the ability of schools and families to support student learning, wellbeing and developmental outcomes.

4. Decision-making – Parents, students and community members play meaningful roles in school decision-making.

5. School culture – Respectful relationships between students, parents and the school community are valued and enhance the promotion of student learning and wellbeing.

 

Buddina State School utilises a framework that is reflective of our school culture and values. The school has developed a strategy to advance these critical partnerships.

 


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Last reviewed 08 December 2020
Last updated 08 December 2020