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LAST UPDATED: 17th April 2020 What is ‘Parental Involvement’ and ‘Parental Engagement’?

​The definitions of ‘Parental Involvement’ and ‘Parental Engagement’ have been sourced from literature on the subject matter.

LAST UPDATED: 18th May 2020 Be at the heart of your child’s learning during COVID-19

Find guidance and support for parents and families regarding learning at home.

LAST UPDATED: 16th April 2020 Supporting children with additional support needs

Find advice on how to support children with ASN at this time.

LAST UPDATED: 28th May 2020 Supporting the mental health of children and young people

Discover how we can all support our children’s mental wellbeing.

LAST UPDATED: 27th February 2018 Creating a website for your school or early learning and childcare setting

​This document contains advice on planning, designing and creating a website for a school or early learning and childcare (ELC) setting.

LAST UPDATED: 7th February 2020 Supporting children and families through the role of the Home-School Link Practitioner – New Cumnock Primary School

This case study illustrates the role and impact of the Home-School Link Practitioner within New Cumnock Primary School.

LAST UPDATED: 27th February 2018 Reporting to Parents and Carers – Guidance for schools and ELC settings

Guidance to support schools and authorities in considering the National Improvement Framework key driver of improvement 'Parental engagement' when developing their approaches to reporting.

LAST UPDATED: 5th March 2018 InSync – Pupil mentoring - Viewforth High School

A school-based mentoring intervention delivered by a partner agency/organisation (YMCA).

LAST UPDATED: 28th April 2020 Barriers to parental engagement - Equitable support for children at New Cumnock Primary School

Discover how staff at New Cumnock Primary School in East Ayrshire addressed the complex issues surrounding parental engagement.

LAST UPDATED: 27th June 2019 Gypsy Traveller Education Group – South Lanarkshire Council

South Lanarkshire Council engages with young people and their parents from Gypsy/Travelling communities through an alternative education provision.​