The circular arguments about school re-opening don't look likely to stop any time soon. Two of us, one a teacher, and me formerly the head of communications here at Tes, have decided to invest our time in developing some free training for SLTs or senior staff responsible for parents communication. We've posted some more details in the CPD forum but wanted to gauge interest here, among the leadership. Our insight is that parents are inevitably going to be playing more of a role in their children's education in the next few months/years. More than this: they could be a real boon if engaged sensibly. So our question is: what could schools be given by way of insight, skills, tools etc. that could get them on the front foot? We're trying to do something to help, for free, that would benefit schools and families alike. So please tell us what you think -- or go to the other post and follow the link to the workshop, if you're so inclined. The team at Just Add Parents: Pete Sigrist, formerly head of communications at Tes, and has worked in professional communications for 20 years; Simon Roundell, teacher, head of business at Wellington College and has experienced the full range of quality in parent engagement, from the expert to the dire.