“Learn With Your Child Sessions” in Primary Years

Already one of KOBIS long lasting traditions, ‘Learn With Your Child’ Sessions in Primary Years are a great way to involve parents in the daily educational process. It is a lovely opportunity for parents to be more involved in their child’s education and to understand what their child is learning. While participating and directly interacting with their child while performing various tasks, parents can gain valuable insights into their child’s academic progress and help to motivate them to further achieve their goals.

These sessions also provide a friendly opportunity for parents to interact and talk with their child’s teachers and to understand their child’s strengths and weaknesses. Through this, parents can get an idea of what additional help they can provide to their child at home and can offer emotional support. These sessions are a valuable opportunity for parents to better understand the school’s curriculum, teaching methods, and resources. Parents can provide feedback on their child’s progress and suggest improvements that can be made to the curriculum and teaching methods.

Furthermore, these sessions help to build stronger relationships between parents, children and teachers, relationships which are essential for the child`s wellbeing in order to create a more collaborative and supportive learning environment, which can result in improved student outcomes.

Overall, having ‘Learn With Your Child’ sessions in school can be highly beneficial for children, parents and teachers as it can help to increase parental involvement in the educational process and improve student outcomes.

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Kings Oak British International Bucharest

Kings Oak British International Bucharest

King`s Oak British International School, Bucharest, is an inspiring and creative school which takes children from 12 months old up to 16 years old. A truly international school with pupils from over 30 nationalities learning together.

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