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Parental Involvement Stenhousemuir Primary
TASK : Share with your partner an example of a parent that you have found it difficult to engage with or challenging to manage.
If all the parents of Stenhousemuir Primary feel that they are part of the community of the school they will be more involved and essentially more equipped to support their child’s learning.
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TASK : Reflect on the parent that you spoke about at the start –could you have managed this situation differently?
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