The Statutory Framework for the early years foundation stage outlines the early years practitioners’ role in communicating with parents,
‘1.16 The key person must seek to engage and support parents and/or carers in guiding their child’s development at home’ The Statutory Framework for the early years foundation stage March 2021.
The impact of parental involvement in learning is evident in numerous research findings including Goodhall and Vorhaus, 2011, “The more parents are engaged in the education of their children, the more likely their children are to succeed in the education system”.
Learning Ladders’ parent portal, Ladders at Home creates opportunities for conversations about learning to take place between practitioners and teachers, on-demand, remotely, at scale.
Automate sharing of observations with parents, freeing up practitioners to spend time with children.
Parents are informed, partners in their child’s learning with opportunities for 2-way chat.
Qualified early years teachers unlock vocabulary, offer day-to-day opportunities for parents to guide development at home.
Parent articles are available for all Areas of Learning and Characteristics of Effective Learning.
Parent articles are accessible for all with translate tools to consume support in over 100 languages.
Support is accessible at the exact point of need, viewable on any device, term time or holidays.
Practitioners can create bespoke articles for their unique setting.
Model specific resources used in settings, explain pedagogy and approaches to parents at scale.
Efficient communication, support for parents that is available to resend over time.
Find out more about Ladders at Home here or get in touch with one of the team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.