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Parent teacher communication

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Parent information sessions

Over the next couple of weeks, teachers will hold parent information sessions to help parents get to know the routines and expectations of their particular class.   Research shows that home and school working together provides a benefit to student outcomes.  These sessions are a great opportunity to find out how your child’s class will operate and to ask general questions of the teachers.

Communication between the school and parents

Buddina Staff will seek to ensure that you:

  • are treated with courtesy and respect
  • receive a quality education for your child
  • have the opportunity to participate in your child’s education
  • receive accurate information about your child’s learning and behaviour at school and the programs that support your child’s development
  • have the opportunity to participate in school decision making
  • can ask questions and have access to information about why decisions are made at Buddina State School and within Education Queensland
  • receive regular oral and/or written reports about your child’s progress
  • feel free to raise and discuss school issues at P&C meetings
  • can express your opinions about the educational needs of your child to school staff
  • can contact school staff for a confidential discussion about anything that you are concerned about or interested in
  • can raise your concerns in a receptive environment

We encourage you to:

  • ensure your child attends school regularly and on time
  • motivate your children to value learning
  • help with your child’s learning and behavioural development
  • recognise and respect the rights of all members of the school community
  • tell your child’s teacher promptly about anything that may be affecting your child’s learning, behaviour or health
  • keep informed about what is happening at school by reading fully all correspondence from school and responding promptly when required
  • attend parent information sessions as they are provided
  • participate in developing school policies through appropriate forums
  • respect and support the implementation of school policies

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Last reviewed 30 September 2019
Last updated 30 September 2019