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Expert advice on dealing with parents - Friday 25 Feb 3-5pm

Discussion in 'Primary' started by gailrobinson, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. Our expert James Williams will be hosting a live advice clinic on Friday February 25 between 3-5pm to answer your questions about dealing effectively with parents and any other outside agencies (for example governors, local authority support staff, health and safety specialists, the police…).

    If you want to swot up prior to the chat we’ve got a couple of useful articles to read. First up is advice on dealing with your first parents’ evening. We’ve also got a piece on how to establish a good working relationship with parents
    You can get your questions in early on the TES New Teachers website to make sure they get answered on Friday.
    And don't forget to return to the advice clinic on Friday 3-5pm to read the advice from James.
    See you on Friday
    Gail
     
  2. Our expert James Williams will be hosting a live advice clinic on Friday February 25 between 3-5pm to answer your questions about dealing effectively with parents and any other outside agencies (for example governors, local authority support staff, health and safety specialists, the police…).

    If you want to swot up prior to the chat we’ve got a couple of useful articles to read. First up is advice on dealing with your first parents’ evening. We’ve also got a piece on how to establish a good working relationship with parents
    You can get your questions in early on the TES New Teachers website to make sure they get answered on Friday.
    And don't forget to return to the advice clinic on Friday 3-5pm to read the advice from James.
    See you on Friday
    Gail
     
  3. 'Dealing with' is an unfortunate expression![​IMG]
     

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