Parents Involvement

“In this complex world, it takes more than a good school to educate children and it takes more than a good home too. It takes these two major institutions to work together to make the children face challenges in life.”

Studies have indicated that children whose parents share in their formal education tend to do better in school. All parents want their children to become successful, caring adults. Similarly, many parents want to be involved with the formal education of their children. Sometimes, however, they don’t know where to begin, when to find the time, or how to go about making positive connections with the school.

At the most basic level, parents can begin encouraging the children towards studies by showing that they truly value education themselves. It is essential that there is constant communication between the school and home. Hence it is important that there is continuous interaction between the parents & the teachers who are the key partners in the growth & the well being of the child. To keep in constant touch with them, the school organizes various activities for them every year to participate & make them feel a part of Kalorex family.

Parents Workshop:

Workshops are held to develop better rapport with the parents and to make them aware of our teaching methods and to acquaint them with details of the syllabus to be covered. Parents are also informed about the various activities conducted to enhance children’s thinking skills.

Game Shows:

Game shows are conducted to establish cordial and friendly relationships.

Talent Shows:

Parents are given a chance to exhibit their talents in various fields.

Exhibition of “Best Out Of Waste”:

Parents are invited to send things made out of waste & an exhibition is organized when these things were put on display for all to see. Parents send beautiful and creative items worthy of appreciation.

Performances by Parents on Parents’ Day:

Kalorex Pre Schools are very fortunate to have such talented and enthusiastic group of parents who perform, dance, mime, sing and play instruments. They actively participate on the Parents’ Day function and motivate other parents to come forward.

Grand Parents Day:

Grand Parents of tiny tots are invited to spend time in school. They make the day special by narrating stories, singing songs and sharing their childhood experiences with children.

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